Lips are one of the most important parts that complement the aesthetic beauty of the face. Like the nose, lips also attract a lot of attention because they are located in the middle of the face. In history, plump and lively lips have always been seen as a symbol of attraction. Some people’s lip structure may have a thin and uncertain appearance. In addition, lips lose their vitality and fullness as our age progresses. The purpose of lip aesthetics is to make the lips thicker and more pronounced without losing their naturalness. Lip aesthetics can be performed using fillers or surgical methods without the need for a surgical operation. Which method to choose is decided according to the condition of the lips of the person and aesthetic preferences. In addition, lip aesthetics can be applied in the form of thinning or shrinking if there is more than normal thickness on the lips.
Which methods are used for lip aesthetics?
Is anesthesia done in lip aesthetics?
Does the healing process take a long time?
How is lip thinning done?
Lip aesthetics is not always done to thicken lips. In some cases, a thinning operation can be performed to reduce the excessively thick lips. In the lip thinning operation, an elliptical piece is removed from the mucous membrane of the thick lip along with the fatty tissues and stitched with a technique in which suture marks are not visible. This procedure is performed by applying local anesthesia.