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Can I have 0.5ml dermal filler in my lips?

Frequently asked questionsCategory: Dermal fillerCan I have 0.5ml dermal filler in my lips?
Ava asked 12 months ago

Hi team – just wondering if you offer half a ml lip fillers and also price for these? Is a numbing agent used prior?

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Dr Jonathan BrownDr Jonathan Brown Staff answered 12 months ago

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We used to offer 0.5ml as an option for lip dermal fillers. We found that we were having to throw away the remaining filler which made it uneconomical.
We now offer a minumum of 1ml when you have dermal filler treatment. We charge $650 for 1ml of dermal filler ($770 at Cityskin Kew). Often if you use 0.5ml in the lips we will use the remainder in the chin, jawline or cheeks. 
We use a strong numbing gel before your lip dermal filler treatment at Cityskin. 
Hope that answers your question!
Dr Jonathan Brown
 
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