Lip surgery

Surgery on the upper lip can make a smile younger and more attractive
The mouth, which is the visible organ used for communication and seduction, relies equally on two constituent parts – the lips and the teeth.
The upper lip can be split into two parts: the under nose zone, which is covered with skin, and the fleshy part of the upper lip itself, which is a mucous membrane.
A young smile is always seen with a short upper lip.
This criterion is universal. A short sub-nasal area has always been the epitome of beauty, whether it be in Greece or in China.

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Face

Face

  • LINES AND WRINKLES,
  • EYELIDS,
  • SAGGING OF THE SKIN,
  • SLACKENING OF JOWLS OR NECK.
Lipofilling

Lipofilling

This technique is in fact a micro-grafting of fat: This means that the fat must be revascularized by the environment receiving it...
Chin

Chin

Mentoplasty which is also called plastic surgery of the chin is the surgical treatment which is used for abnormal chin positions...
Changes to the upper lip

Changes to the upper lip

With age, the upper lip extends, becomes slimmer, recedes, atrophies, wrinkles and has a tendency to hide the teeth...
Nose (rhinoplasty)

Nose (rhinoplasty)

The aim of the operation is to reshape the nose so as to make it more attractive. Specifically, it is to correct unsightly features, whether they are congenital, a result of a trauma...
Ears (otoplasty)

Ears (otoplasty)

An otoplasty is for correcting the anomalies of the cartilage which is present at the auricle and which causes its "detached" appearance.
Eyelids (blepharoplasty)

Eyelids (blepharoplasty)

This technique involves correcting the signs of ageing present around the eyelids so that the "tired" appearance of the look can be replaced by a more leisurely and relaxed appearance...
Reshaping and rejuvenation

Reshaping and rejuvenation

Reshaping applies to local imperfections due to the presence of ungainly fatty tissue. Within aesthetic medicine one particular technique...