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Can You Feel Lip Fillers While Kissing? Top 5 Myths Debunked!

Dr. Vi Sharma has worked in the field of cosmetic surgery

He has a Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, Monash University; and former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice.

So, you’ve been thinking about getting lip fillers, but you’re worried about whether your partner will be able to feel them when you kiss? It’s a common concern, and today, we’re going to put your mind at ease by debunking the top 5 myths surrounding lip fillers and kissing. Let’s dive in!

Myth 1: Lip fillers make your lips feel unnatural and hard This couldn’t be further from the truth. When done by a skilled professional, lip fillers should feel soft and natural to the touch. A high-quality filler, such as hyaluronic acid, integrates seamlessly with your lip tissue, ensuring a natural feel when kissing.

Myth 2: Your partner will immediately know you’ve had lip fillers Not necessarily! If you’re worried about your partner finding out, consider a gradual approach to lip enhancement. By opting for smaller, incremental injections over time, you can achieve a subtle and natural-looking result that may go unnoticed.

Myth 3: Lip fillers drastically change the way you kiss While it’s true that your lips may feel slightly different after getting fillers, it shouldn’t significantly impact your kissing experience. In fact, one of our customers, Rina, shared her experience with lip fillers and kissing:

“After I got my lip fillers, I was nervous about how my boyfriend would react when we kissed. To my surprise, he didn’t even notice! It took him a few weeks to realize that my lips were slightly fuller, and even then, he said it didn’t feel strange or uncomfortable when we kissed.”

Myth 4: Lip fillers can migrate or move while kissing Although it’s true that lip fillers can migrate in rare cases, a skilled injector will minimize this risk by placing the filler precisely and using the appropriate amount. Additionally, any potential migration would be minimal and unlikely to be noticeable during kissing.

Myth 5: Lip fillers can dissolve or wear off faster due to kissing Lip fillers typically last for 6-12 months, depending on the individual and the type of filler used. While it’s true that repeated pressure on the lips may cause the filler to break down slightly faster, occasional kissing is unlikely to have a significant impact on the longevity of your lip fillers.

To help you visualize the difference between lips with and without fillers, we’ve created a comparison table below:

Feature Natural Lips Lips with Fillers
Texture Soft Soft
Fullness Varies Enhanced
Sensitivity to touch/kissing Normal Slightly altered
Longevity N/A 6-12 months
Potential for migration N/A Minimal

As you can see, the differences between natural lips and lips with fillers are minimal, and the impact on kissing is negligible.

In summary, there’s no need to worry about your partner noticing your lip fillers when you kiss, as long as you choose a skilled injector and opt for a gradual, natural-looking enhancement. By debunking these common myths, we hope to have eased your concerns about lip fillers and kissing, so you can confidently make the decision that’s right for you. Happy smooching!

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About Dr Vi

Dr Vi Sharma is a renowned and highly trained cosmetic surgeon in Sydney, practising cosmetic surgery since 2012. He has a worldwide loyal patient base. He has a bachelor of medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery from Monash University. Dr Vi Sharma is a former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice. Along with treating patients, he also provides training for doctors and nurses regarding aesthetic and cosmetic treatment modalities.

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