If someone wants fuller pouty lips, there are several options. One is cosmetic surgery. Procedures such as lip lifts, lip rejuvenation and lip augmentation can give a man or woman larger lips. This procedure can be done on either the upper or lower lip. Lip reduction goes the opposite way - it can make the lips smaller. But like any cosmetic surgery, there are limitations and risks, so make sure you get the facts first.
Lip lifts procedures are done to create the impression of a fuller upper lip. Basically, an incision is made under the nose, and then the skin is pulled up. This basically winds up revealing more of the underside of the lip, which makes it look fuller. If someone wants even more of an increase in lip size, augmentation or enhancement can be done, using implants. The implants can be man-made or human tissue. Injectable lip fillers such as Restylane, collagen or Juvederm are another option. Injectable lip fillers are materials that are injected into the lips. They plump them up and last for several months. Some fillers are made of different materials and last over a year. Fat can be used to augment the lips as well.
For someone who thinks their lips are too large, lip reduction surgery may be an option. After an incision is made, excess tissue is removed. This surgery can be done on the upper or lower lip.
Lip surgery has risks, including infection, bruising and poor outcome. Since the lips are readily visible, anyone considering this wants to make sure to use a qualified board-certified plastic surgeon.
For more information on lip augmentation, lip rejuvenation, lip enhancement, or lip lift for fuller upper and lower lips, or information on lip reduction see Dr Kashyap Cosmetic Lip Surgery
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