Filling lips - Aesthetic Surgery

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The filling of lips is a cosmetic surgery procedure in which the upper lip is pulled upward away from the teeth. This is achieved by making a small incision above the upper lip, removing a strip of skin and tissue. The incision can be in the upper lip or just below the nose. Once cured, the lip appear fuller, as more of its lower part will be visible. This cosmetic procedure is often sought by women who have a thin upper lip. And it is also commonly performed in women who have a much longer than the lower lip, in order to achieve a balanced appearance upper lip.

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This procedure can be performed with only local anesthesia, and usually takes between 30 and 90 minutes. Another common reason for a lifting of the lip is age. As age increases, the facial bones are retracted and thus a more flexible aspect is achieved. In addition, fatty and soft tissues of the face begin to lose their elasticity, this can make vermilion, or pink of the upper lip is almost invisible and lip augmentation needed.

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Drooping lips can also prevent the teeth are seen to smile. A lifting lip also known as Cupid's bow, which is the V-shaped area in the center of the upper lip. This often becomes more shallow as you age the face, and you need to lift the lip to restore its original depth and therefore achieve a more youthful facial mouth and maintain the beauty of a harmonious face.

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This surgery is also used to bring the corners of your mouth up, that fall because of aging. This procedure is different from a lip augmentation, in which a cosmetic filler, such as collagen, is injected into the lips to make them appear thicker. The filling of the lips is a permanent surgical procedure and can bridge the gap between the upper lip and the bottom of the nose. Recovery from surgery on his lip is usually rapid, swelling occurs during the first few days.

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Applying makeup and other facial products may be initiated again one day after surgery. The complications of this surgery are usually mild, but may include the separation of the incision or small scars.