Lip enhancement Baden-BadenLip enhancement and contouring
For many women—and an increasing number of men—full, beautifully contoured lips are a symbol of attractiveness and sensuality. Some people think the lips they were born with are uneven or too thin, and age causes the lips to lose volume over time as well. Getting plump, youthful lips back doesn’t necessarily require extensive surgery: lip correction in Baden-Baden is a gentle, non-invasive method of plumping and shaping lips. The procedure uses hyaluronic acid, a safe substance found naturally in the body—and one that also yields particularly natural results as a dermal filler.
Lip enhancement in Baden-Baden at a glance:Treatment type: Minimally invasive Duration: 20–40 minutes Anesthesia: Localized anesthetic Length of stay: outpatient Ready to be seen in public: Usually immediately Special aftercare: Not necessary Results: Visible immediately following treatment; last about six months
Reasons to get lip correction in Baden-BadenPatients have a variety of reasons for wanting their lips plumped and contoured. For one, just like any feature, lips vary widely from person to person, and many people naturally have very thin lips. Others feel that their upper and lower lips look mismatched or uneven. Besides genetics, the natural ageing process can also affect how lips look: over time, lips lose volume and small creases develop around the mouth. The hyaluronic acid we use for lip injections in Baden-Baden can give lips their youthful volume back as well as filling in and smoothing small wrinkles in the mouth area. Among other things, naturally beautiful lips are characterized by:
- Even, symmetrical shape
- Clear contouring
- A natural red
- An aesthetically curved Cupid’s bow
- No wrinkles
- Smoothness, suppleness
Lip enhancement in Baden-Baden: goals and expected resultsLip enhancement in Baden-Baden can give your lips the shape and size you want. Making sure your lips harmonize with the rest of your features plays a big role in finding your personal ideal. In other words, when doing lip plumping in Baden-Baden, we make sure to adapt the procedure to make sure that the results will be natural-looking and well-proportioned. The procedure can also smooth out small lip creases.
Preparing for lip enhancement in Baden-BadenLip correction in Baden-Baden does not require a great deal of preparation. Before the procedure, patients should avoid taking any medications that affect blood coagulation, such as aspirin or certain vitamins, as this could increase the likelihood of bruising. Prior to the procedure, your plastic and cosmetic surgery specialist will give you detailed information about these substances as part of your consultation. He will also explain how exactly the procedure works, describe any potential alternative treatments, and discuss possible risks involved in lip correction. For optimum lip enhancement results, avoid alcohol, nicotine, and intense sun exposure.
What materials do you use?Here at KASG Ästhetik, we plump up lips using all-natural materials. Hyaluronic acid is found naturally in the human body. It is an important part of connective tissue, and among other things, it helps lend your skin firmness and elasticity. It can also bind a great deal of fluid, which makes it a safe, effective solution for compensating loss of volume. Besides hyaluronic acid, several other substances naturally found in the body, or even drawn directly from the body, can be used in lip correction; examples include collagen or the body’s own fat reserves, extracted during liposuction and then specially processed. Natural fillers are broken down by the body’s metabolism over time, causing the effects of the lip enhancement procedure to fade. If desired, patients can then repeat the treatment to maintain the results.
Permanent fillers for permanent results?
Permanent lip fillers containing synthetic ingredients (e.g., silicone) can provide permanent results, because the body cannot break these synthetic compounds down, so they remain in the tissue. However, reputable specialists in plastic and cosmetic surgery advise against using permanent fillers, because it is difficult or impossible to determine what long-term effects or health risks they entail. Harmful changes in tissue may occur, possibly even years after the procedure. There is also a chance that patients will be able to feel the synthetic compound, or that the filler will slide out of place, creating undesirable results.