Lip Rejuvenation is the art of the cosmetic industry
Your lips play a key role in creating your face expression. We can assist if you believe your lips are too thin, too big, or incorrectly formed.
One of our most distinguishing facial features is our lips, and the Invivo Aesthetics staff knows how important it is to ensure that every lip treatment meets your specific needs and preferences.
Lip fillers are used to reshape lips and smooth out any abnormalities that may have developed there over time. For instance, it aids in smoothing out wrinkles and drooping lips while tightening the skin surrounding the lips to give them a gorgeous shape and bigger appearance.
Lip Fillers can be done for several reasons:
- Adding volume to lips that are typically thin and dry
- Creating a smoother aesthetic form, especially where one lip is thinner than the other, by erasing creases and wrinkles, especially useful for "smoker's lines."
LIP Augmentation – To Make your Lip Fuller
- Lip augmentation is a cosmetic operation that improves a person's lips' look, shape, and size.
- The lips, which were previously full and sensual as we age, become thin and develop vertical lines, giving the face an aged appearance.
- Lip augmentation brings back the lips' youthful fullness.
- The purpose of lip augmentation is to provide the patient a beautiful, symmetrical, and healthy appearance. Naturally, the face is not exactly symmetrical, but if the asymmetry is too severe, it can be addressed by lip augmentation.
An easy surgical operation to raise the upper lip is called a lip lift. It is either done to trim an excessively lengthy upper lip or to make a very thin lip's natural "red show" appear more prominent.
This surgery is for you if you already have a full top lip but wish to alter its contour.
There are two types of Lip Lift:
- Corner Lip Lift: If your lips have a tendency to droop, giving you a "sad" or "sulky" appearance, hyaluronic acid filler will be injected into the corners of your mouth to lift them.
- Upper Lip Lift: This operation will elevate the upper border of your upper lip, giving it a more proportionate appearance if it is excessively lengthy.
Lower or upper lips can be surgically reduced in size in a procedure known as lip reduction.
The objectives of lip reduction surgery (Cheiloplasty) are to regain normal lip competency and a harmonious interaction between the upper and lower lips that is in harmony with the entire face.
The Advantages of Surgery for Lip Reduction
- Size can be decreased as needed.
- The form is modifiable.
- Correcting a hanging lip is possible.
- You'll have an enticing smile.
- Lips with asymmetry can also be made better.
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Frequently asked questions
Lips consist of the inner wet vermilion (which is pink) and the outer dry vermilion (which is pigmented). Normally the inner wet side isn’t visible. But in some individuals, the lip may put too much and the inner surface becomes visible. In these individuals, a simple procedure can correct this excess showing of the lip and improve the appearance.
The result will be visible within a week and transformed into a more defined way as swelling go off.
- Patients should expect the recovery from a lip reduction to take about two weeks.
- Initially, there may be mild discomfort, swelling, and bruising; these diminish over the first several weeks following surgery.
- Temporary numbness or tingling of the lips is common. Patients should keep their head elevated for the first few days, and refrain from any vigorous activities.
- A soft diet is often required for several days, while the lips begin to heal. Normally, patients feel well enough to return to work or school in two to three days.
Lip fillers are injections that add volume to your lips. They’re a type of dermal filler. Lip fillers restore or add volume to your lips. They don’t stop the aging process, but they might help delay the need for a more invasive surgical lip augmentation, like lip implants or a lip lift. They can also help you achieve a desired look, which boosts your self-esteem.
Lip fillers typically last 12 to 18 months. However, it depends on your age and how fast your body breaks down calories into energy (metabolism). Younger people tend to burn calories faster, so lip fillers don’t last as long.
Cost depends on your diagnosis and recommended treatment. Make an appointment with us, and once we’ve decided how you’d like to proceed, we’ll present all costs upfront before moving forward.