2. Silicone Injections into the Lips: Seems like a simple fix…..one relatively inexpensive injection and those lips will be larger forever. At least, that’s what people were told. A small number of doctors, who are not plastic surgeons, and even some wannabe docs, inject silicone to plump up those kissers. For a short period of time the lips look great, but the body sees silicone as foreign as a splinter. You’ll get a cold or flu, the immune system goes into over drive and starts to encase the silicone with scar tissue. The results are hard, lumpy, deformed lips. It can even be difficult to speak.
The only way to “fix” this problem is to have the silicone and scar tissue removed. This is the surgery that Lisa Rhinna recently had done. It is a very delicate surgery that should only be performed by a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon that has experience with this specific issue. Many plastic surgeons will not even attempt to perform the operation.
Dr. Aguiar has helped clients overcome this issue many times before.
Patient: 30 year old female from St. Pete, FL looking for more volume in lips .
Product used: Restylane with Lidocaine
Immediately after injection lips are slightly red and swollen. In 3 days lips will be soft and natural.
Dr. Aguiar is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
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