Lip augmentation gives thinning lips volume to make them appear fuller and more youthful. Lip augmentation comes in a variety of forms, including lip fillers, implants, fat transfers, and lip lifts. Every surgery has a different recovery period, outcome, and potential hazards.

What is lip enhancement?

An in-office cosmetic surgery called lip augmentation makes lips look bigger and younger. There are several lip augmentation procedures to suit your requirements and objectives. Non-surgical techniques that temporarily plump up the lips using fillers are available.


Others call for making little in lip enhancement techniques include:

A cosmetic surgeon would purify fat from another part of your body, typically your stomach, and inject it into your lips as part of a procedure known as fat grafting (also known as autologous fat injections or fat transfer).

Dermal fillers, commonly known as lip fillers, are administered by a medical professional via injection into the lips or the area surrounding the mouth.

Lip implant. A cosmetic surgeon places an implant in your lips after making a tiny incision in each corner of your mouth.

Lip lift. To lift your lips, a plastic surgeon will trim away any extra skin from the area between your nose and top lip, or from the corners of your mouth.

The majority of lip fillers used by healthcare professionals are made from hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring component in your body. Typical hyaluronic acid fillers include Juvéderm® and Restylane®. Some fillers also contain lidocaine, which numbs the skin before the surgery to minimize any pain or discomfort.