It is possible to have a fuller lip without surgical techniques and surgery we use today. There are 2 methods we use to make the lip more fuller than its current form.
• Lip Filler
• Lip implant
Lip filler; has been one of the most frequently performed non-surgical interventions today due to the success of the operation and the convenience of the process. Because there are different levels of filling products that can respond to different requirements, it is necessary for the patient to accurately describe how an image she wants and to obtain opinions from the physician.
It is possible to mention 2 different types of filler basically. The first one is fairly soft filler and continues to persist for up to 6 months. This filler is virtually unnoticeable by the patient with its soft content.
The other is slightly stiffer filler compared to the first one. Its lifetime is approximately 1 year.
Before lip filler operation, the region is desensitized with anesthetic cream or local anesthesia. I use the technique of Micro-cannulation in lip filler processes. I put the filler substance in the lip, and then I place the filling with a soft massage. A total of 2 tube fillings can be applied, but if a much larger and fleshy lip is desired, a tube of filler can be placed bottom and top. If a natural image is desired, tube filler can be applied at the bottom and base according to the current lip shape of the patient. In a standard application, I use 0.1 cc of the filler in the tube, leaving it for retouch. I control the new form of the lip in the next week, and I use the 0.1 cc filler to retouch with the necessary visibility.
A person who has lip filler can continue her social life the same night. The first day due to needle input can be more swollen than the shape lips will take. The edema is completed in 2 days and the first week the lip shape is completed.
Due to the practice and successful outcome of the filling, lip implants are now much less preferable.
Lip implants are placed in the lip with a surgical process under general anesthesia. The silicone implant is placed on the lip with an incision made from both sides of the mouth. However, a detail that should not be forgotten in this process: after this procedure, the patient's plan B in case of dissatisfaction. Because if you remove the implant, a slight looseness may remain on the lip skin.