Lip fillers for a small mouth - can it be done? (photo)
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Lip Fillers for Small Mouth
Thank you for sharing your questions and photos. Yes, lip fillers can be done for smaller lips. However, as you mentioned, it is important to maintain facial balance and harmony. In my practice, I have had excellent success using soft hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane Silk. I usually recommend that my patients start with 1 syringe and then add more as needed. I recommend consulting with a board-certified plastic surgeon who is an experienced injector.
Lip fillers can be very effective solutions for thin or disproportionate lips.
Thanks for your question. From your picture and the description of your goals, it appears that you could be a good candidate for lip fillers to add some extra volume and balance out your natural features. I suggest consulting a cosmetic surgeon experienced with dermal filler injections, who can provide you with an individual assessment and custom-tailor lip injections based on your goals. Lip fillersare temporary, lasting several months to 1 year. To maintain more voluminous lips, you’ll need to schedule routine lip filler treatments.
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Lip Augmentation with Fillers or Lip Implant or Fat
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.
Lip fillers for a small mouth - can it be done?
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