The 2-Step Approach to Getting Fuller Lips
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The cosmetic surgeon shares his two-step approach to getting fuller lips and he explains it starts with the chin. He says first patients and their cosmetic surgeons need to determine if bigger lips will actually look good on their face. He says bigger and smaller lips do not matter as much as the overall proportions of the lips to the rest of the face.
He tells The Doctors the chin and lips need to be balanced and feels that large lips with a smaller chin is not ideal.
The cosmetic surgeon demonstrates a volume augmentation on a patient's chin to provide balance and proportion, followed by an augmentation of her lips for a voluptuous pout. He uses a reversible hyaluronic acid gel filler for volume, which he says is very safe and can be undone if there is a lump or if the patient is not happy with the results.