Is it possible to have a Lip Lift done at the same time as a Rhinoplasty? It seems logical, if the incision will be made in the area anyways. If, so can the cost be contained for both procedures if they essentially share the same incision?
Can a Lip Lift Be Performed with Rhinoplasty?
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Lip Shortening at time of rhinoplasty
Yes, it is possible to do a lip shortening procedure at the time of a closed Rhinoplasty. That being said, please rely on your surgeon's best advice as to whether he/she is comfortable with that option
Lip lift and rhinolasty done at the same time
A lip lift and a rhinoplasty can be done at the same, but it would have to be a closed rhinoplasty with limited internal incisions. Otherwise the blood supply to the nose may be compromised and swelling of the nose may be extended beyond the normal time. Also with the injections in the nose it make it difficult to evaluate the amount of skin removal necessary to achieve the desired result in a lip lift.
I don't recommend Rhinoplasty + Lip Lift
I don't recommend it to you. Both rhinoplasty or lip lift surgeries requiere maximum precission. Doing these two surgeries combined, would bring less technical precission. Doing them combined woul compromise scar healing and optimal correction. I would wait at least 3 month between the two procedures (first rhinoplasty).
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Recommended time interval between lip lift and rhinoplasty
No, I do not recommend this to be done combined, due to the risk of poor healing from the two very close incisions that could both impair blood flow as well as provide pulling against each other. I recommend a 6 week interval between the two- and the lip lift can easily be done under just mild or no oral sedation.
Lip lift and rhinoplasty
They can be done together but I would reccommend against doing this. The nose drops and settles after a rhinoplasty so the amount of lip lift can be hard to judge when done at the same time. Swelling in the lip and nose together at the time of surgery also confuse the picture a bit. My recommendation, do your nose and then wait 3 months to do the lip lift.
A lip lift can be performed at the same time as a rhinoplasty
Absolutely. A lip lift can be combined with a rhinoplasty. This will allow you to have one recovery and may make the procedures more affordable. I have performed rhinoplasty and lip lift on numerous patients without incident. Warmest Regards.
Lip lift with rhinoplasty
Although I am a big fan of performing multiple procedures on patients, I am not one who would do a lip lift and rhinoplasty, certainly not an open rhinoplasty. I am concerned about blood supply and even though the nose has excellent blood supply, why push the limit. If you are the one patient who gets a skin slough or tissue loss from the combination you will be extremely unhappy.
I would recommend doing the lip lift either before or after rhinoplasty surgery. Good luck with your decision.
Lip lift with rhinoplasty
As you can see the general consensus is that a combined open rhinoplasty and bull's horn lip lift are generally not advised due to the possibility of compromising the blood supply to the columella. You can review the attached video to see the proximity of these two incisions.
However a 1) closed rhinoplasty and bull's horn lip lift (the preferred method of lip lift) or 2) open/closed rhinoplasty with gull wing lift lip are generally acceptable.
Be prepared for a visible scar in any case.
Lip lift and closed rhinoplasty can be done at the same time
Yes, a lip lift can be done at the same time in conjunction with a rhinoplasty if so desired. It is probably not a good idea to have a lip lift done with an open rhinoplasty, but it would be an acceptable procedure to perform with a closed rhinoplasty.
Can be done at same time
Yes lip lift and rhinoplasty can be performed at the same time. Again the potential benefits of this intervention need to considered with the risks of the procedure. You will have an incision and although it is well disguised it may be visible so be very careful about your decision. Usually if you can't decide don't decide.
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