Our dermal filler treatments can greatly enhance the look and feel of your lips. You will feel cleaner, healthier, fresher, and generally more positive once you have had your lips done. You will feel almost like a new person, and it will create a strong vibe as you get to show off your new look to family and friends. But the question has been asked by those who are interested in having dermal filler treatments on their lips: when should I have them done? Well, that depends on your age, your circumstances and your health.

Before you think about when you should have your lips done, ask yourself the question: should I have my lips done? The benefits of the treatment are obvious, but it is a serious medical procedure to be carried out only by the most highly-trained professionals, and only after a thorough consultation of your health and wellbeing. It is not something that you should get just to show off to your mates on a night out sometime. It’s something that, while beneficial, will have a real impact on how you look, so before you start browsing through the best date that you can receive the treatment, make sure you know exactly what it involves and how it will change you.

Assuming that you’re past that stage and you are fully prepared for the dermal fillers, though, it depends in part on your age. If you are young, say in your 20s or 30s, there is no big rush because you are certainly still youthful and in your physical prime, so to speak. If you’re in your 40s or 50s, chances are that the aging process has begun, and you have started to notice changes which may make you decide that dermal fillers are a viable option. Beyond your 50s, dermal fillers can certainly be applied, but you should be mindful of the potential changes to your face as a result at that stage of your life, and again you should ask yourself the question we posed in the previous paragraph.

Also factor in the likes of your job, your family, your budget and so on. Would your employers be impressed if you took time off for a dermal filler treatment and the resultant recovery process? Would your family be happy to see you make such a major change to your physical appearance? Do you have the money to not only cover the treatment, but to manage while you are healing up? These factors must all be considered and justified in your mind before going ahead with the treatment. Finally, we suggest that if you wish to have your lips done, make an enquiry in good time so that the spring and autumn will be the point by which you receive the treatment, allowing you to heal up in time for the summer or for Christmas.

Hopefully we have provided some useful advice here for anyone interested in having their lips done, but you can find out more by visiting our dermal filler knowledge page and book yourself a free consultation.