About Volbella at Skin Care Institute
Full, plump lips are one of the most important aspects of a youthful appearance. They make us look vibrant and alluring. Unfortunately, for those who were born with thin lips or those who have found that their lips are thinning with age, achieving this look has been a difficult task—until now! Volbella® treatments at Skin Care Institute are an excellent option for anyone who feels that their lips are too thin and would like to add volume without surgery, implants or downtime.
FDA-approved Volbella is an injectable filler that is effective for enhancing both the upper and lower lips, as well as smoothing lines around the mouth. Hyaluronic acid, Volbella’s active ingredient, maintains the lips’ naturally soft and smooth feel while improving their overall contour. Volbella also contains lidocaine for an improved treatment experience. This light anesthetic numbs the injection site and allows maximum patient comfort throughout the treatment.
Medical treatments are performed by licensed aestheticians and registered nurses and are overseen by Dr. Jeff Alexander.
Frequently Asked Questions About Volbella in Tulsa, OK
Who is a good candidate for Volbella treatments?
Those who feel that their appearance would benefit from fuller, plumper lips may be a good candidate for Volbella treatments. Please inform our staff of any known allergies before treatment to ensure safe and effective results.
How is Volbella in Tulsa administered?
Volbella in Tulsa is administered to multiple areas in the lips and around the mouth using a small needle. Prior to your treatment, our expert staff will walk you through the entirety of the process for a comfortable and stress free experience.
Do Volbella treatments require any downtime?
Unlike surgical treatments, Volbella requires no downtime so you can resume regular activity immediately following your treatment.
Are there any side effects commonly associated with Volbella?
You may notice some redness or swelling around the injection site, but these effects tend to be brief and subside on their own.