Lips enhancement(lips augmentation)

Lip augmentation (lip augmentation) is done with different products. Their diversity is so great that it is almost impossible to review each lip augmenting preparation and its commercial name. What is very important, however, is that some of the products have a high degree of adverse reaction, which if the patient assumes, then the doctor will practice the surgery.

However, there is a preference almost universally accepted in the world of plastic surgeons, namely that hyaluronic acid preparations are the most risk-free and as a result are the most used for lip augmentation.
Lip augmentation can also be done using your own fat through the technique called microlipofilling. Fat is harvested from other areas of the body where it is in excess and transplanted to the lips.
Other lip augmentation options are surgical excision and suture at the insertion line between lip blush and normal skin. At this level, a postoperative scar will be very little visible
Moreover, the whitish scar that will result will result in better contouring of the lips giving them a special shine. This technique applies to selected patients where the distance between the nose and the lips is higher than normal
Another lip augmentation technique is the technique of "flaps of advancement," namely, inside the mouth, at the mouth of the mouthpiece one can imagine and inculcate a few flaps of advancement that help bring and red the lip of the lip from the inside to the outside. This is how the lips grow. This technique applies to selected cases, to patients where nose and lips are not too large.

Frequently Asked Questions Is it the ultimate surgical result for lip augmentation?

The result of lip augmentation surgery is definitive. Ideally, any surgical lip augmentation technique should be followed by a hyaluronic acid or fat injection technique so as to achieve an increase in volume.
Is the enlargement of the lips a painful intervention?

Surgery is done with general or local anesthesia. Inside the mouth or the lip of the lips are put a few threads that will have to be removed after a few days. Postoperative scarring is not disturbing but must be avoided by exposure to UV.
What are the risks of lip augmentation surgery?
Risks are the same as for any surgery. Local risks are very low and are represented by local bleeding and haematomas.

After removing the suture material, the patient is instructed to use creams to model the scars that will be used for several months. The final result of the infection occurs after 6 months when the scar becomes definitive.
What are the contraindications to lip augmentation surgery? Contraindications include serious blood diseases, serious dermatological or infectious diseases, diabetes, serious infections in the orbital or dental area. Also, patients who are recommended and apply these surgeries should be carefully selected to get the best results.
What are the indications of lip augmentation surgery?
The technique of excision and suture of lip margins is generally applied to people (women or men) with extremely small lips where there is enough tegument in excess in the perioral area. The technique of advancing flaps applies to people with small lips where there is not too much tear in perioral excess, meaning the lip-nose distance and mentally-distant distance are smaller than normal. Sometimes the two techniques can be associated to get the best results
Although treatment is very effective, however, 1% of patients do not get the desired results!
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