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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…

Combining Open Rhinoplasty and Subnasal Lip Lift

Patients desiring changes to the nose and reshaping of the upper lip are common. Nose changes are done by a variety of rhinoplasty techniques and lip changes accomplished by augmentations or surgical lifts. One of these uplifting lip procedures is the well known subnasal lip lift. Because it is done by an excision of tissue Read More…

Double Duck Lip Lift with Nasolabial Angle Opening

As the face ages many changes occur around the mouth which are well known. Such structural changes include lengthening of the upper lip, loss of vermilion height and tissue thinning and a decrease of the nasolabial angle in some people. (due to dropping of the nasal tip) The combination of tissue lengthening and volume loss Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Female Subnasal Lip Lift

Background: There are a variety of upper lip enhancement procedures from injectable fillers to lifts. By far lip lifts represent just a minority of cosmetic lip procedures done and, as a result, is a frequently misunderstood operation. A subnasal lip lift can be confused with a lower lip advancement because they are both excisional procedures. Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Long Terms Results of Subnasal Lip Lift

Background: Lip augmentation is one of the most popular non-surgical cosmetic facial procedures and is one of the most common sites for the placement of injectable fillers.  But injectable fillers only add volume and in the vermilion deficient lip may create a very pouty lip or ‘fish’ lips. Without adequate vermilion height the filler merely Read More…

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