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The Subnasal Lip Lift Secondary Scar Revision

The subnasal or bullhorn lip lift is the most well known of all the surgical lip reshaping methods. It is a true lip lifting procedure given that its excisional location is at the nasal base-lip crease which results in a superior pull when closed. The length of the upper lip is shortened and with that Read More…

Long Term Outcomes of the Subnasal Lip Lift

The most common surgical upper lip rejuvenation procedure is the subnasal lip lift. Whether it is of congenital or aging origin, an elongated upper lip is associated with an undesired perioral appearance. With a longer upper lip, particularly if it is age-related, the amount of visible vermilion (pink part) usually becomes less as well. With Read More…

Avoiding the A Frame Deformity in Subnasal Lip Lifts

The subnasal lip lift is the most common surgical lip enhancement procedure. By removing a certain amount of skin from the crease under the nose the vertical distance between the nose and the upper lip is decreased and the cupid’s bow vermilion is increased in size. These effects are accomplished by the placement of the Read More…

Perioral Rejuvenation with Lip Lifts and MicroFat Grafting

Aging of the mouth area has been shown to be both a function of volume loss and tissue lengthening. The upper lip lengthens and gets thinner with less volume. The nasolabial fold gets deeper. These well known effects have lead to many rejuvenative treatments to counteract these effects. One such perioral aging treatment for a Read More…

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