Lip correction

Treatment Details

Lip correction is an aesthetic-plastic treatment aimed at achieving full and well-formed lips, lending the face a sensual and feminine radiance. Today, aesthetic-plastic surgery offers various ways to achieve this goal. The simplest method involves the injection of hyaluronic acid or autologous fat into the lips. For long-lasting results, surgical intervention can be considered, which gives you permanently expressive lips.

AT A GLANCE

Treatment duration:

0.5 Hours


Regeneration:

No


The onset of action:

Direct


Effect duration:

1 Year


Anesthesia:

Local


Hospitalization:

No


Inability to work:

No


Sports Break:

No

Injection with hyaluronic acid or autologous fat: Naturally beautiful lips without surgery

Injecting the lips with hyaluronic acid or autologous fat offers a non-surgical option to achieve the desired volume and shape of the lips. It is a relatively simple and safe method that usually does not require extended recovery time. In this treatment, hyaluronic acid or autologous fat is injected into the lips with fine needles to achieve natural and aesthetically pleasing results.

Why choose this treatment?

Injection with hyaluronic acid or autologous fat allows for an immediate increase in volume and improvement in lip shape. This non-surgical method provides you with a natural and temporary option to achieve fuller lips. By adjusting the volume and shape of the lips, you can accentuate your natural beauty and display a confident smile.

The specific technique behind the treatment

With hyaluronic acid injection, a clear gel substance is injected into the lips to create volume and definition. Autologous fat injections use your own fat tissue, previously removed from another part of your body. Both substances are precisely placed to achieve natural and aesthetically pleasing results.

The treatment process

The treatment is typically performed in the office of the aesthetic-plastic surgeon. After a thorough consultation and examination, the lips are cleaned and a local anesthetic or numbing cream may be applied to minimize any potential discomfort. Then, hyaluronic acid or autologous fat is injected into the lips with fine needles, with the surgeon carefully controlling the shape and volume. The treatment typically lasts only a few minutes to half an hour, depending on your individual needs.

Treatment Steps

A general step-by-step guide to the process from the initial consultation to the post-treatment follow-up appointment.

Step 1

Make a consultation appointment

Contact us to schedule a consultation appointment. Your treating physician will discuss your needs and expectations in detail and determine the best treatment for you.

Step 2

Examination and treatment plan

Your health condition will be reviewed to ensure that the planned treatment is appropriate for you. After the examination, an individual treatment plan will be created, which will include the exact steps of your treatment, the time frame and the costs.

Step 3

Make an appointment for treatment

Once you have decided to undergo treatment, a date for the procedure will be scheduled.

Step 4

The day of the treatment

On the day of the treatment, you will come to our clinic. After a final discussion and the necessary preparations, the treatment will be performed.

Step 5

Follow-up treatment and control appointments

Depending on the type of treatment, control appointments and possible follow-up treatments may be scheduled. These serve to monitor the healing process and ensure that the desired result has been achieved.

Step 6

Follow-up and long-term care

Your doctor will give you specific instructions on care and aftercare to achieve and maintain the best results. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

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FAQ’s

What is eyelid correction (blepharoplasty)?

Eyelid correction, also known as blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure that removes excess fatty tissue and sagging skin around the eye. The goal is to restore the clean lines and expressiveness of your eye area.

Is lip correction painful?

For the injection with hyaluronic acid or autologous fat, a local anesthetic is typically used to minimize any potential discomfort. For surgical intervention, general anesthesia or local anesthesia is used to prevent pain.

How long is the recovery time after lip correction?

Recovery time varies depending on the type of treatment. After injection with hyaluronic acid or autologous fat, recovery time is usually minimal and you can return to your normal activities immediately. After a surgical procedure, recovery time may be longer, typically a few days to weeks.

How long do the results of a lip correction last?

The duration of the results depends on the type of treatment. With injection of hyaluronic acid or autologous fat, results can last several months to a year. With a surgical procedure, the results are typically permanent.

Are there any risks or side effects with lip correction?

As with any medical treatment, lip correction can carry risks and side effects. Possible risks include temporary swelling, bruising, infections, or irregularities in the lip area. Your surgeon will discuss all risks with you and take measures to minimize them.

Can I still use my lips normally (e.g., eating, speaking) after a lip correction?

Yes, after a lip correction, you can use your lips normally, including eating and speaking. However, there may be temporary restrictions in the first days after the procedure as your lips heal and adjust. Your surgeon will give you specific instructions for optimal recovery and functionality.

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