Lip Augmentation with fat injection or silicon
Lip implants are designed to plump up lips and to bring a permanent enhancement of the lip the minimal risk of allergic reactions or possible issues.
Lip augmentation can also be performed via a technique called fat injection. With fat injections, the plastic surgeon takes excess body fat from an area of the body using a fine liposuction instrument.
Who best qualifies for Lip Implants
Good candidates for lip enhancement surgery are individuals who are in good health and have realistic expectations for improving the appearance of the lips.
*Lip stick bleed lines or wrinkles
*Thin lips from genetics or aging
*Patients who desire pronounced lip definition
Preparing for Lip Implants
One month before Lip Implants
If you are smoker, you are strongly advised to stop smoking a certain time period prior to Lip Implants treatment.
One week before Lip Implants
In order to minimize bleeding, bruising and risks of swelling, avoid taking blood thinners or anti-inflammatory medicines.
Make sure to wear loose and comfortable clothing that you can slip out of to avoid having to lift it over your face and cause trauma to your mouth.
What to expect during your Lip Implants
Lip augmentation involves the surgical elevation and rotation of the red part of the lip. The implant is inserted into the lips through a small incision in the corner of the mouth, which creates a more permanent result.
After Lip Implants
One day after Lip Implants
You can expect some redness and swelling around your lip area following lip implants surgery.
One week after Lip Implants
Depending on the extent of procedure and technique utilized, recovering from Lip Implants can take one day to 2 weeks.
General risks of Lip Implants
*Redness and bruising
*Swelling of the lips
Frequently Asked Questions about Lip Implants
How long does Lip Implant Surgery last?
The lip augmentation procedure can last from five to thirty minutes, depending on the number of areas being treated.
How will my lips feel after Lip Implant Surgery?
After the lip augmentation procedure, you may experience some pain and swelling. This usually lasts a few days. In rare cases, the swelling and redness can persist for up to two weeks.
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