Dr. Harrison Lee performs lip augmentation both surgically and non-surgically. Lip augmentation can be achieved with lip implants or a few simple injections of Juvaderm® or Restylane® or with the patient’s own fat tissue (known as fat transfer). The injectable results last six months or longer and can contribute to a younger and more beautiful appearance.
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“Dr. Lee is an amazing meticulous surgeon. I’ve had my eyes. lips, and nose done with him, and am very happy with the work he’s done. After his great work on my face, it has boosted my ego sky high! He makes you feel comfortable and at ease. If you are looking for a great facial plastic surgeon, I would highly recommend Dr. Harrison Lee.” ~ Yelp
Benefits of Lip Augmentation
- Lip augmentation can rejuvenate aging lips or add volume to naturally thin lips
- Lip augmentation can also improve wrinkles and age lines around the mouth
- Quick procedure and very little downtime for recovery
Lip Augmentation (Non-Surgical With Injections)
A wide variety of people can benefit from lip augmentation, including those born with naturally thin lips and those whose lips have become thin and wrinkled over time.
Lip augmentation with injections is a simple non-surgical procedure that can vastly enhance the aesthetic appearance of the face, reducing fine lines in the lip area and contributing to a younger fresher look. Because lip augmentation with injections is not permanent, it is a perfect way to enhance your beauty without commitment.
Surgical Lip Augmentation
Some individuals do not like needles and therefore do not want to maintain added fullness and volume to their lips through injections. For certain individuals, lip augmentation with implants may be an option.
Lip Augmentation with implants is a minimally invasive procedure whereby a selectively chosen size implant is inserted into the upper and/or lower lip to provide volume and fullness. Unlike injections, these implants are permanent until they are surgically removed.