lip augmentation is a cosmetic procedure that involves the injection of a substance (such as a filler or fat transfer) to increase the size or shape of the lips.
People who want to enhance their natural lip shape or volume
People who have thin or uneven lips
People who want to improve their lip symmetry
People who are allergic to the substances used in the procedure.
People who have certain medical conditions, such as diabetes or autoimmune disorders.
People who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Lip augmentation is typically performed by a cosmetic surgeon or dermatologist in a medical office setting.
The procedure involves the injection of a substance (such as a filler or fat transfer) into the lips using a fine needle.
The procedure usually takes about 30 minutes to an hour.
After the procedure, you may experience some swelling and bruising around the lips. this usually goes away within a few days.
You may also experience some slight pain or discomfort, but this can be relieved with over-the-counter pain medication.
You should avoid strenuous activity and exposure to extreme heat or cold for a few days after the procedure.
As with any procedure, there is a risk of complications with lip augmentation. These may include infection, allergic reactions, and uneven results.
It is important to discuss any concerns with your doctor before the procedure and follow their post-procedure instructions carefully to minimize the risk of complications.