My body rejects piercings, should I get lip injections?

Hello! So my body tends to reject piercings (especially belly button) no matter what type of metal i use. I know it might be a little silly to ask if it would be safe for me to get lip injections since they have nothing to do with piercings, but i was curious since juvaderm is a foreign substance going in your body as well. Thank you!

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My Body Rejects Piercings, Should I Get Lip Injections?

Thank you for your question.  Juvederm is an excellent product made from hyaluronic acid, which is a natural substance found in the body.  Once injected, the product will incorporate with the surrounding tissues and be slowly metabolized by your body, with results lasting for up to one year.  You should be just fine to proceed with lip augmentation with a hyaluronic acid based dermal filler such as Juvederm.  Beautiful and natural results can be achieved.  Please be sure to see an expert injector for an in-person consultation to fully discuss your goals and expectations in order to determine the best treatment plan.  Hope this helps and best wishes! 

Lip fillers and Piercings

Yes, you should be able to have lip fillers and should not have a problem. You should confirm from a board certified dermatologist why you are having problems with your piercings  - if you are having an allergy to nickel or other similar problem.  Please consult an expert in lip augmentation for the best cosmetic results.  Best, Dr. Green

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I understand your concerns about the reactions to metal but dermal fillers are safe and tested. HA fillers are made from naturally occurring substances. You should have a consultation with an experienced and certified injector. Best, Dr. ALDO 

Aldo Guerra, MD
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