Was thinking about going a little bigger but don't want them to look super huge from the side. my question is... when getting them filled is it possible to get them filled to go more upwards as apposed to outwards? of course i can ask my plastic surgeon but i don't plan on going back for at least two more months.
Lip Filler size/shape: So I had my lips filled about 5 months ago and absolutely want to get them done again.
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Shaping lips with filler
Hello, and thank you for your question! Without pictures it is hard to say exactly, but generally speaking, when you inject filler into the border of the lip (called the "Vermillion border" - the line where the red skin of the lip meets the skin of the face) it rolls the lip border up (on the top lip) or down (on the lower lip). When you inject into the middle of the lip (called the "body") you get plumping of the whole lip. The two techniques can be combined - or you can do just one or the other depending on what look a patient is going for. If you want your lips to "roll out" more - that is a simple thing to do - but an in-person consultation will be able to give you more information. I hope this helps, and good luck!
Turning lips upward
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