- Facial surgeon's appointment
- Eyebrow and forehead lifting
- Eyelid plastic surgery or blepharoplasty
- Facial implant placement
- Lip plastic surgery
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Lip plastic surgery is a surgical procedure that changes the shape, size, or structure of the lips. The goal of this procedure is to improve the appearance and harmony of the lips with the rest of the facial features, by increasing lip fullness, reducing wrinkles around the lips, or correcting lip asymmetry.
Lip plastic surgery can be done using different methods, including injection of lip fillers, liposuction, skin grafting, cutting of lip muscles or ligaments, and lifting or lowering of the lips. Before the procedure, a thorough consultation with a plastic surgeon or aesthetic medicine specialist is always necessary, who evaluates the patient’s lip condition, desires, and expectations and gives recommendations on the most suitable procedure.
Lip plastic surgery can be done under local anesthesia or general anesthesia, and the procedure usually lasts between one and two hours. The recovery period after lip plastic surgery may vary depending on the chosen procedure, but in most cases, it is necessary to rest for a few days and avoid certain foods and drinks. Risks associated with lip plastic surgery may include bleeding, infection, or scarring, but these are rare if the procedure is performed by an experienced specialist.