Get Fuller And Youthful Lips With Lip Enhancement
Full lips are considered youthful and sexy. Cosmetic surgery now provides a way to acquire full lips if you were born with thin lips or if yours have gotten thinner with age. Lip enhancement is also commonly referred to as lip augmentation. Thousands of people are now opting for lip enhancement, and many are pleased with the results. It is important to learn about the procedure, and what to expect so that are fully prepped.
Lip enhancement technique can be separated into two kinds: temporary and permanent. Temporary techniques require the use of injectable fillers repeated every 6-9 months to maintain their appearance. Permanent techniques generally involve the use of injectable gel, fat, or implants.
As a result of limitations associated with existing lip enhancement techniques, extensive research has led to the creation and development of the Perma Facial Implant™, a revolutionary new implant used for lip enhancement.
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Perma Facial Implant™ is not injectable. PermaLip is a soft, solid silicone-based device contoured for a natural appearance. Perma Facial Implant™ has a smooth surface that reduces the chance of tissue ingrowth. Permanent, yet easily removed, Perma Facial Implant™ is available in a variety of sizes to achieve customized results.
Perma Facial Implant™ offers a permanent alternative to repetitive, costly, and painful filler injections and strives to overcome the potential complications of permanent injectable and solid implants. Perma Facial Implant is contoured, has a smooth surface to minimize tissue ingrowth, and is reversible. Perma Facial Implant™ is composed of a material ideally suited for use in facial tissues. Other types of implants utilize substances that can potentially cause “tissue in-growth” into the surrounding tissue—in a sense, scarring to the implant itself. This process increases the likelihood of restricted or unnatural movement. This potential problem has been minimized due to the surface characteristics and the type of material used to manufacture the Perma Facial Implant™. After placement, you should expect to be swollen and slightly tender. Depending on the individual, there may be some bruising as well. The majority of bruising and swelling usually subsides after the first week. Discomfort is usually present for a few days, which pain medication prescribed by your physician will alleviate.
Among the most remarkable aspects of these lips are their natural appearance and ease with which they can be replaced for another size or removed altogether. Never before has a product made for this use offered so many exceptional qualities:
Implants do not wear off like temporary injectables. Temporary injectables are associated with repeat treatments every few months as the body breaks down the filler. Therefore, repetitive, painful, and costly injection procedures must be maintained indefinitely. Permanent, or long-term fillers, also exist. While this type of filler does not need to be repeated regularly, it can be very difficult to remove. If an undesirable appearance results, or if a patient wishes to revert to their original appearance, this may be difficult to accomplish. Perma Facial Implant™ has the advantage of being both permanent and easily reversible, giving it the best of both worlds.
● Perma Facial Implant™ is not injectable. PermaLip is a soft, solid silicone-based device.● Perma Facial Implant™ is contoured for a natural appearance.● Perma Facial Implant™ has a smooth surface that reduces the chance of tissue ingrowth.● Perma Facial Implant™ is permanent yet can be easily removed.● Perma Facial Implant™ is available in a variety of sizes to achieve customized results.
If you haven't scheduled your appointment already, please call us today - (410) 583-7600
BOARD-CERTIFIED ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGEON EMPHASIZING FACIAL COSMETIC SURGERY
Dr. Krupp graduated from the University of Maryland Dental School in 1982 and completed his residency training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC, in 1985. Dr. Krupp earned his Board Certification in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in 1987. He has been in private practice ever since and remains at the top of his field through vigorous training in advanced procedures. He enjoys teaching and has taken the opportunities for hands-on teaching and lecturing throughout his career. He makes no compromises when it comes to patient care. It’s clear upon an office visit that Dr. Krupp drives this sense of patient-centered care throughout his practice. It’s evident that Dr. Krupp loves his work and taking care of people.
Commissioned in September 2016, Dr. Krupp proudly served as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Naval Reserves, stationed at Joint Base Andrews in D.C. Honorably discharged in December 2021.
● International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons● American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery● Academy of Osseointegration● MSDA-Maryland State Dental Association● AAOMS-American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons● AAID-American Academy of Implant Dentistry● ADA-American Dental Association● BCDA-Baltimore County Dental Association● American Dental Society of Anesthesiology● ABOMS- American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery● MASOMS- Mid-Atlantic Society of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons● ASMS- American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons● ASDA-American Society of Dentist Anesthesiologists● ACOMS-The American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
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