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Lip augmentation involves filling in the lips themselves. When the lips are “deflated,” the skin tissue around the lips is also “deflated” and therefore causes the wrinkles to form. When the lips are filled, (both the white and red meat of the lip) the tissue around the lips is also “pulled.” It’s like filling a balloon. By filling in the lips, the tissue around it also pulls and fills. So to achieve the most natural result, you can also...
It really depends where your wrinkles are located. If they are around your lips then most likey lip augmentation can improve wrinkles around there. Other forms of augmentation can improve the area around the lips and mouth including face lifts, and volumizing procedures with fillers and other procedures like the YoungVolumizer. Here is a video on perma lip augmentation that might be helpful for you to watch!
Juvederm or Restylane are the best options for correcting an aging lip. They are used to replace lost volume, define the vermilion borders and create a more youthful curl, elevate and lift the corners of the mouth, and correct vertical wrinkle lines. They can restore the natural contour of the upper and lower lip and enhance the Cupid’s bow area. Lifting the corners of the mouth gives a hint of a smile and reduces the “sad or angry look” when they are down turned. Please...
The precise manner that lip augmentation fills depressions caused by wrinkles depends on size and location of the wrinkles. If they are at the border of your vermilion, augmentation will Permalip will enlarge the lips and slightly efface fine creases. If they are deeper creases, direct injection into those (anesthetized) creases will fill them, flatten them, and soften their appearance.