The lip lift is a plastic surgery procedure performed to shorten the upper philtrum (the area between the nose and pink part of the lip) to give you a more youthful/beautiful appearance of the lower face and mouth. How is lip lift performed?
Lip lift is a non-invasive surgical procedure. The surgeon removes the excess skin from under the nose and shapes the lips. The procedure takes about 40 minutes and is performed under local anesthesia. As a result, the upper lip looks bigger and your philtrum is shortened. Lip lift, like any other surgery, leaves a scar. It is hidden in the natural skin fold under the nose. Its final look varies from person to person. The scar fades with time, gets white and is barely visible
- Bullhorn lip lift – most popular technique among celebrities of every age. It reduces the distance between upper lip and nose base. As a results lips are visibly enlarged and face proportions – restored.
- Corium – enlarging lips by implanting a previously removed skin fragment or scar tissue from
patientinto the deeper lip structures.
- Gullwing lip lift – based on removing a strip of skin from the just above the lip. After stitching the lip is wider and more visible. Recommended for patients with very narrow lips.
- Corner lip lift – lifting corners of
mouth, making face more cheerful. The skin is removed only from the outer corners of the lips.
Your own fat is the best material for lip augmentation because it replenishes what is lacking in your lip. Adult stem cell technology gives an excellent option for permanent lip augmentation using your own adult stem cells and fat tissue. The combination of Stem cells and fat thrive to create lips made of natural tissue as it is supposed to be. The technology is available now for clinical use.
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How Long Will The Surgery Take? How Safe Is Long-Format Surgery?
A set of facial gender confirmation procedures most often takes anywhere from 6 to 10 hours depending on the exact set of plastic and craniofacial surgical procedures that are required. Undertaking multiple surgeries at the one time is very common and usually quite safe if you are in reasonable health. Your surgeon will help you to decide if the specific procedures you require are safe to do in the one session