I don't like my profile view, as my lips don't look good. What are my options? (Photo)
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Lip Fillers or Permalip
I am sorry to hear you are not happy with your lips. You really look great!
However when you are unhappy with something it can affect your self esteem and make you feel low.
Lip fillers may be the way to go - at least to start with. There is a very wide range of products currently available and the most usual component in modern wrinkle fillers is hyaluronic acid. This substance is found naturally in almost all body tissues. When injected as a filler, it is immediately effective in correcting creases and is slowly absorbed over 6-12 months. Earlier generations of fillers used collagen which was purified from animal tissue and these caused allergic reactions in some patients. Allergic reaction is a rare complication with the modern generation of hyaluronic acid fillers.
See how you get on with this non permanent solution and then maybe if it suits you can do something more permanent like Permalip.
All the best with your journey
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Lip Augmentation should be a good procedure for you. An in person consultation would be needed to evaluate the changes. I would also expect that you would like a conservative one syringe approach. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
I don't like my profile view, as my lips don't look good. What are my options?
If you are thinking about augmenting your lips, the best way to find a good doctor is to compare your lips with before and after pics of the doc you are interested in. Pictures are worth a thousand words.
Lip augmentation techniques vary with type of lip rather than the type of doctor. In my clinic I use Juvederm and silicone fillers for the lips.
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