I want bigger lips. Any suggestions? (photos)
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I do think you would be a good candidate for lip augmentation with a hyaluronic acid filler. I ususally prefer a softer filler such as Restylane Silk. To maximize the likelihood of a favorable outcome, I recommend only getting treated by a well-trained and experienced dermatologist or plastic surgeon.
Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
Bigger Lips - Oh that pout
Thanks for posting your question and adding your photo's. A few options for you, both temporary and permanent.
Lip fillers provide an effective temporary solution to help volumize your lips. Dermal filler injections add volume to the lips and typically last around 4-6 months. In some cases duration of the effects can be a bit shorter or longer. It would be best to start with these, to get a feel for how big you want to go. Then you may want to go on to a more permanent solution.
Permalip™ are revolutionary lip implants that are designed to look and feel natural, yet enhance your lip volume to your desired size. It does not deflate, degrade or rupture over time. Although it’s permanent, it is designed for the ease of placement if a patient wishes to achieve a larger or smaller enhancement or even return to the lips original appearance. It does not limit lip movement and provides a natural look.
Make sure you do your research and find a qualified and experienced surgeon
Options to enhance lips
An option for a longer lasting alternative is fat grafting. The success of fat grafting lies in how much fat will live in the area that it is injected. This can be more unpredictable than dermal hyaluronic acid fillers. I would recommend a consultation to discuss your options.
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You definitely have a lovely shape and can easily have lip augmentation. Both Restylane and Juvederm would give you natural and beautiful results. Best, Dr. Green
Dr. Daniel Ritacca
I want bigger lips. Any suggestions?
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