Throughout all races and cultures of humankind certain features of the female face have attracted males. These consist of a large upper face, small lower face, large round eyes, a small nose, and, last but not least, large full lips. For years, models and actresses have attempted to enhance their lips and lines around the mouth by using lipsticks and covering agents. This is apparent in early screen stars that were able to create the illusion of any lip they desired through the use of make-up. It soon became obvious that the lips were the central cosmetic feature of the lower third of the face. This is even well recognized in the “Mona Lisa”.
Art historians have discussed the smile of Mona Lisa for centuries but it is her lips, the only visible female sexual organs that are responsible manner in which this painting grabs the male eye.In creating the lips of Mona Lisa it is said that Leonardo DaVnci took the better part of 10 years. The seminal work of Man Ray, the photographer/artist, was a huge painting of a pair of lips gently resting in the countryside. When they are full and well defined, lips impart a sense of youth, health, attractiveness, and sexuality to the bearer. Like many features of the face, as the lips age they become far less attractive.
Losing volume, they become thin and flat. Also, due to grinding ,wear and inward leaning of the molars and age related osteoporosis of the maxilla, thinning of the the distance from the lips to the chin is greatly decreased As dental height is lost, the face ages such that the ends of the lips hang down, contributing to the marionette lines.
Subsequently, many people felt compelled to define their personal aesthetic goals for lip enhancement. While surgical procedures were developed and discarded, and devices such as gortex rods also came and went the use of bovine collagen as a predictable enhancement agent allowed physicians to provide stable lip enhancement which was very natural in appearance.Lip augmentation heralded a movement toward the use of temporary fillers for volumetric enhancement instead of simply line elimination.
Nevertheless, the dermatologic literature did not contain any information regarding the proper aesthetic characteristics of lips. While women’s magazines would present models with voluptuous lips and many celebrities were adored for their lips, no sensible guidelines existed to aid physicians in this area of enhancement. This resulted in aesthetically improper lip enhancement by some physicians through unguided injection procedures. It was this author’s opinion and that of others that the injections should to be done in a subtle manner that would prevent the augmentation from being readily apparent. lip enhancement, and possibly present an artificial appearance and detectable alteration.
Hyaluronic acid products are incredible agents for soft tissue augmentation. Hyaluronic acid is a polysaccharide found naturally in the dermis. Its ability to bind water assists in hydration and provides skin turgor. Unlike collagen, it is identical across all species and is produced by many types of cells. In 2004, hyaluronic acids were FDA approved for use in tissue augmentation.
Dr Young only uses Hyaloronic acid fillers, to get the best and safest lip rejuvenation.
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