A cosmetic surgical treatment called lip surgery enhances your lip’s size. There are several things you should consider before opting for lip surgery. You must meet two requirements: having realistic expectations and being in good physical and mental health.
Similar to any operation, lip surgery, (ตัด ปากกระจับ, which is the term in Thai) has a few risks associated with it. Therefore, you should be aware of the process and aims of such a surgery.
What Does It Entail?
Lip surgery or lip augmentation, is a surgical technique used on people who want larger or thicker lips. Before you undergo lip surgery, it would be vital for you to ascertain your eligibility to undergo the process. It requires you to be healthy. For people having cold sores, lip scarring, any other medical condition, or blood clotting issues, the chances of you not being eligible for the process would be significantly higher. Consider finding out with your surgeon if lip surgery has been suitable for you.
Your surgeon has a constrained range of lip augmentation alternatives. There are choices for operations, implants, and injections. When giving injections, your surgeon would be required to employ a topical anesthetic. An injection is conducted as an outpatient procedure, so you can return home the same day.
Implants and operations frequently require local anesthesia. Two hours may be needed for the process. In this procedure, artificial tissue or fat is injected into your lips. The fat that is utilized usually comes from another part of the body.
How quickly you recuperate depends on your lifestyle along with the kind of surgery you have undergone. Your healing could start with injections as soon as a few days. You can begin to recover considerably from grafts or implants 14 days after your operation.
Lip augmentation complications are extremely rare. In those cases, it can be infection, poor healing, unfavorable anesthetic effects, or unanticipated consequences. Before getting lip surgery, consider gathering knowledge of the risks and probable issues. Among the dangers are allergic reactions to the implants and/or anesthesia, scarring nerve damage, bleeding, or infections.
What Are The Deterrents?
Cold Sores, smoking, a history of connective tissue diseases or poor scarring, a history of blood clots, liver, lung, or heart illness, poor circulation, diabetes, and these conditions could all prevent a successful lip surgery. If you are taking any prescribed drugs or if you have any sensitivities, you must let your cosmetic surgeon know.