Get Fuller Lips with Lip Enhancement Injections or Lip Implants
Lip enhancement is a cosmetic procedure that helps to add fullness to thin lips. It can create dramatic improvement in both the lips, thereby making the lips and face look more youthful. Large, sensuous and soft lips look womanly and sexy. With augmentation, the lips get more definition and look pleasingly plumper, and wrinkles and fine lines over the top lip can be reduced.
in Geelong – Add Fullness to Thin Lips to Make Them More Attractive
One of several procedures may be resorted to increase the lips and improve their shape.
Short Recovery Period
Lip enhancement usually entails only a short recovery time, which is a relief. Consult your plastic surgeon to find the proper method that would ideally and realistically add fullness to your thin lips. Apart from lip enhancement, there are other facial rejuvenation procedures that one can take advantage of such as blepharoplasty, otoplasty, nose reshaping, double chin reduction, chin augmentation and wrinkle fillers.
In today's society, large and full lips are highly desirous. This is most evident in the large plethora of lipstick and lip care products as well as being one of the top places on the face for the use of injectable fillers. Despite the trend to go bigger, there are a few patients who actually want their lips to be smaller. Most commonly, these are non-caucasian patients who naturally have very full lips or someone who has a rare congential facial problem which results in large lips, medically known as macrocheilia.
Lip reduction surgery is a fairly simple procedure that can be done under local anesthesia or some form of sedation. It involves a transverse elliptical excision of lip tissue that runs from one corner of the mouth to the other. The key is the location of the excised tissue and the resultant scar. The exposed portion of your lip, the pink portion, is called the vermilion. The vermilion has both a dry and wet surface. The wet portion of the vermilion is the non-exposed part that sits just below the highest point of the dry vermilion (lip line) on the inside of the mouth. Removing excess vermilion here and allowing the lip to roll back and look smaller places the fine line scar in a non-visible location.
Lip reduction can be done on either the upper or lower lip, or both at the same time. That is a patient's preference based on their aesthetic concerns.