More and more women are now a day’s opting for lip augmentation procedure. Fuller lips give a nice appearance to the face. It makes your smile more beautiful. If you are considering lip augmentation, for that you first need to consult surgeon who will advice you about the procedure. The cost of the surgery is quite affordable in UK. You will get total benefit from the surgery.
There are many methods for lip enhancement. Depending on your aesthetic goals and recovery time frame, your surgeon will offer you options. It might be appropriate to have two or more of these procedures to achieve the right look for you.
Injections – Fat Transfer:
In this procedure, autologous fat, which is fat from your own body can be taken through liposuction from another area of your body and injected into your lips. Injections may need to be repeated until you get the desired result.
Injections – Fillers:
Fillers which are made from natural or synthetic biocompatible material are used as a fat substitute to enhance your lips. One treatment is usually sufficient to produce the desired result. The results, however, may be temporary and require repeat injections.
Surgery – Dermal Graft:
It is a surgical method which is done by advancing the lip forward, with incisions placed inside the mouth. A dermal-fat graft, taken from the deeper layers of the skin, may then be positioned under the mucosa (the lining of the lip) to add additional plumpness.
Surgery – Vermillion Advancement:
This procedure involves making an incision along the border of the colored portion of the lips, removing a strip of skin outside the border and then pulling the colored portion to increase the area of the lips.
Surgery – Lip Implant:
In the procedure lip implants are placed by making tiny incisions inside the corners of the mouth. There are many natural or synthetic implant options available. Your surgeon will discuss which option is best for you.
Surgery – Lip Lift:
Removing extra skin and lifting the lips will help those with loose skin or those who have a downward sloping mouth. To increase the upper lip, an incision is made under the nose and the skin is shortened to pull up the lips. Other lift techniques can shorten the upper lip to expose more teeth. To lift a downward turning mouth, small incisions are made on the side of the mouth and the extra skin is removed. Very small sutures are used for this procedure and removed four to five days later.
The surgeon will evaluate your lips and the face structure first and suggest the procedure for you. The surgery is affordable in UK.