A sexier smile without the constraints of plastic surgery

A lip flip provides a more alluring, youthful appearance with minimal discomfort or downtime. BOTOX is injected into the upper lip to help relax the tiny muscles causing the area to look depleted. Without resorting to the use of dermal fillers, a lip flip helps maximize your smile and your self-confidence.

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What is a lip flip?

A lip flip is a treatment designed to give you fuller-looking lips without the need for dermal fillers. As we age, the upper lip shrinks and begins to vanish when smiling. By injecting BOTOX into the Cupid’s bow, a lip flip gently relaxes the muscles around the mouth and allows the upper lip to beautifully unfurl. Patients can see improvement in their look within a few days after their session. Depending on the skin’s elasticity, BOTOX results can last from 3-4 months.

What is the difference between lip fillers and a lip flip?

Lip fillers are a popular form of lip enhancement, but over time, constantly plumping the lips can get expensive. A lip flip is more affordable and doesn’t add any foreign substances to the body. It merely allows the upper lip to curl upwards slightly, creating a more inviting smile. Many patients feel this is enough to optimize their look, and they don’t need fillers. When lip fillers are used in combination with a lip flip, the results can last even longer than when a patient undergoes either treatment by itself. 

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A world-class medspa dedicated to integrity, excellence, and superior care

Highwater Aesthetics in Edmond is overseen by medical director Dr. Amanda Satterwhite, a consummate artist and leading authority in cosmetic science. Our practitioners are meticulously trained, and each brings a unique perspective to the practice. We constantly strive to evolve through the continuous gathering of patient feedback so that we can make your stay at our cutting-edge med spa nearly flawless. Our injectors regularly attend industry training sessions, seminars, conferences, and networking events to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to breakthroughs and advancements in an ever-changing field. This dedication to innovation means that every patient receives the best-in-class in terms of their treatment. Whether you are seeking to boost your confidence with a strategic lip flip or you’re excited to explore other options for skincare and facial rejuvenation, you’ve come to the right place. Call us today to set up your confidential consultation and find out why so many in the Oklahoma City community regard Highwater Aesthetics as a home away from home.

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What are the benefits of a lip flip?

Am I a good candidate for a lip flip in Oklahoma City?

What happens after my Edmond lip flip?

What are the benefits of a lip flip?

  • Cost-effective
  • Quick treatment time of around 20 minutes
  • Results last 3-4 months
  • BOTOX can help reduce smoker’s lines
  • Non-surgical and non-invasive
  • Provides a more youthful-looking smile
  • Boosts your self-image

Am I a good candidate for a lip flip in Oklahoma City?

If you are anxious to rid yourself of a gummy smile and vertical lip lines and also wish to augment the lips without the use of dermal fillers, a lip flip might be the ideal solution for your goals. Lip flip candidates should be over 18, not be struggling with any medical issues, and have no allergies to neuromodulators such as BOTOX. We will conduct a thorough consultation and assessment at our state-of-the-art practice in Edmond to make sure a lip flip will meet your expectations for improvement.

What happens after my Edmond lip flip?

A lip flip is non-surgical, so patients can typically get back to their busy, active lives right away. Some minor side effects may occur, such as tenderness, temporary numbness, and redness in the upper lip. These symptoms will slowly disappear, leaving you with a more aesthetically-pleasing smile. Results last 6-8 weeks.

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