Is plastic surgery for lip augmentation safe?

Yes. Lip augmentation is a procedure that can give you fuller and plumper lips. The most common method is injectable dermal fillers. Side effects include minor swelling, bruising, redness, and minor bleeding at the injection sites. Fat grafting is less commonly performed due to its unpredictable results Silicone implants (not injection) can offer permanent lip augmentation. Consult with your doctor.
Yes. I would recommend you try dermal fillers such as Restylane first before undergoing lip augmentation as a trial. Fillers are temporary, Lip augmentation with a silicone implant when performed by a board certified plastic surgeon is safe but permanent. Unless implant is removed. Best of luck.
The Right Surgeon. If done by a Board certified Plastic Surgeon, after consultation- Yes. For information on how to pick the right physician- http://drnichter.com/find-best-plastic-surgeon-dr-right/
Risk v benefit. As Dr Rosenfeld's Grandmother used to say, "In every medicine there's a little poison." If you're concerned find the best Plastic Surgeon in your area and schedule time to discuss risks verses benefits.
Typically, yes. Complications and side effects associated with lip augmentations are fairly uncommon and usually temporary. Bruising, swelling, rednesss, infection, allergic reactions - though rare - are all possible risks of various lip augmentation procedures.
Yes. Plastic surgery of the lips for augmentation is very safe, but you need to consult with a board certified Facial Plastic Surgeon or Plastic Surgeon. Hope this helps.

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Can you tell me about plastic surgery: is lip augmentation difficult to do?

Lip augmentation. Lip augmentation with a filler such as Juvederm is a straight-forward procedure. It takes about 10-15 minutes to perform, and the results last about a year. I suggest seeing a board-certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist in your area who can assist you. Read more...
It's pretty routine. Lip augmentation is pretty routine. Biologic fillers (like Juvederm and Restylane) come prepackaged in a syringe and are injected directly into the lips. It takes about 20-30 minutes. Lip implants require a tiny incision to be made into the corner of the lip, and the implant is then threaded into position. It takes about an hour. Read more...

After my lip augmentation plastic surgery, can I ask to be medicated for 2 days?

Cosmetic procedure. What do you mean by medicated ? Talk to doctor doing augmentation. Read more...
Lip Aug Pain Med . To ease your discomfort following lip augmentation procedure, most plastic surgeons will prescribe a couple of days of prescription meds. However, each physician does have their own standards for prescribing pain medications. Dr. Ricardo rodriguez baltimore, maryland. Read more...
Yes. After lip augmentation surgery, it is often beneficial to take pain medication to maximize your comfort. Be sure to advise your doctor regarding any pain you are having or of any significant swelling, bleeding, or bruising. Read more...
Pain after lip aug. Pain medications have side effects and should only be taking as needed. Read more...

Has anyone had plastic surgery lip augmentation or permanent make up on lips?

Yes. Many. Augmentation can be done with injectables, alloderm or fat from the pts own body. Read more...
Lip augmentation. Lip augmentation may be performed using injectable filler materials such as restylane, (dermal fillers) Perlane or juvederm. Permanent lip augmentation may be performed using injectable materials or implants. Read more...
Lip aug and makeup. I probably would not do them at the same time.I would do one or the other let the swelling go down and then do the second. Read more...

Do you think I can use plastic surgery to widen your lips?

Lip enhancement. You would normally increase the volume of the lip. Not make it wider. . Read more...
Filler injection . There is different techniques including lip voluminizing, enhancing the borders . It is mainly done by fillers . Read more...

Can you tell me how I could get bigger lips without getting any plastic surgery?

Lip enhancement. There are several fillers for temporary and permanent enhancement of the lip. A simple and natural filler is your own fat! Read more...
Big lips. Most common non surgical method is injection with filllers or fat This last months to years depending on the method See your dermatologist or plastic surgeon . Read more...

Please help? Is there any plastic surgery to remove scar on head?

Scar Revision. Scars can be a different color or can be depressed or elevated compared to the surrounding skin. A scar on the scalp can result in an area of baldness. Normal features may be distorted by scars. Various treatments or surgical revision can improve the unsightly features of many scars. Consult with a plastic surgeon certified by the american board of plastic surgery to learn about options. Read more...

Is the any plastic surgery interventions to remove scar on head?

Improve, not remove. Scars are permanent, but they improve with time. Pressure treatment, silicone sheeting and steroid injection may hasten their maturation. They also improve with time and may not reach their final appearance for 6-12 months. Read more...
Several options. For a new scar (<1 month), just letting it heal and protecting the scar from sunlight is best. The scar will improve typically over the course of 1 year. During this time, topical scar treatments (scar massage, mederma, silicone) steroid injections and dermabrasion can help. If the scar is still bothersome, then surgical revision should be considered. Read more...
Scar treatment. Early on, use spf 50+ & avoid sun; silicone-based scar creams may help. Depending on the problem with the scar there are treatments to improve them but nothing will completely remove them. I treat pigmented scars with bbl to lighten them, thick scars with fractional laser to soften them, or bad or wide scars with surgery to cut out the scar and re-sew it a more cosmetically pleasing way. Read more...
Many options. There are many options and the approach will vary by the extent of the condition as well as the recommendations and your consent to proceed. Most procedures target the width of the scar and or may address loss of hair (cicatricial alopecia) or the direction/location of the scar. Simple excision is commonly performed followed by flap rearrangement, grafts or the use of expanders if necessary. Read more...

Please let me know if there is a plastic surgery that can fix an abnormal head shape?

Cranial recnsrtrucn. Start looking into cranial reconstruction resources in your region.This surgery is most often done in kids, but occasionally in adults.The procedures are dramatic and invasive, involving extracting and reshaping the bones, ICU care and long recovery.It is a team effort, often involving neurosurgeons, craniofacial plastic surgeons and others. Read more...