Answers To Questions About Lip Augmentation
Are facelifts commonly performed with other procedures?
Yes. Facelifts do not treat the upper portion of the face. Baggy eyelids, crow’s feet, descended brows, or a wrinkled forehead can be addressed by combining your face or neck lift with a brow lift, and a blepharoplasty. Other facial procedures which may help achieve your desired look, such as an otoplasty/ear surger, lip augmentation, chin augmentation and rhinoplasty can also be performed in conjunction with a facelift.
I have thin lips. Will a mini face lift accentuate the thin lips and give it a pulled appearance?
The mini-face lift will not affect the appearance of your lips. The goal of a mini-facelift is to lessen the wrinkles on your face, decrease jowls, elevate the cheeks, and tighten the neck. You will not have a pulled appearance. A facelift should not pull on the corners of the mouth or the lips and therefore, has no affect on the mouth or lips whatsoever. We can use Surgisil lip implants to plump thinning lips if the patient desires.