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Lip Flip

What is a Lip Flip?

A lip flip is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure designed to enhance the appearance of the upper lip by subtly augmenting its shape and volume. This non-surgical technique involves the injection of a neuromodulator, typically Botox or a similar product, into specific muscles around the mouth.

How A Lip Flip Works

During a lip flip procedure, a skilled and licensed medical professional strategically administers small amounts of neuromodulator into the upper lip’s orbicularis oris muscle. This muscle encircles the lips and is responsible for controlling lip movement.

The neuromodulator temporarily relaxes the orbicularis oris muscle, allowing the upper lip to gently roll outward, creating the appearance of increased fullness and a more defined cupid’s bow. It’s important to note that a lip flip primarily affects the upper lip and does not add significant volume. Instead, it enhances the lip’s natural contours and creates a subtle, yet noticeable improvement.

The effects of a lip flip typically last for several months, making it a versatile option for those seeking temporary enhancements.

A lip flip delivers a natural, refreshed appearance without the exaggerated volume associated with traditional lip fillers.

The procedure is minimally uncomfortable and typically takes only a few minutes to complete.

Patients can resume their normal activities immediately after the procedure, with minimal to no downtime required.

The degree of enhancement can be adjusted to meet the patient’s specific aesthetic goals, ensuring a personalized outcome.

A lip flip can be an excellent choice for individuals looking to subtly enhance their smile, achieve a more defined upper lip, and add a touch of elegance to their facial features. As with any cosmetic procedure, it is essential to consult with a qualified medical professional to discuss your goals, assess candidacy, and receive expert guidance tailored to your unique needs.