Why a lip lift?

Lips can be too thin, inverted, unshaped, droopy, unbalanced or even hide teeth. These peculiarities may be linked to ageing or a morphological defect.

The upper lip lift is a simple, highly effective procedure that reduces the height of the upper lip by removing a strip of skin flush with the nostrils. It's a highly effective technique for beautifying lips and smiles, as it enhances the red lip, clears the teeth and makes the mouth more attractive.

Less frequently performed, a procedure can also be performed to lift the drooping angles of the mouth.

The procedure lasts 45 minutes, with a final, permanent result after 3 months.

Pain is minor, and the scar is hidden around and inside the nostrils.

Duration of treatment

45 minutes

Resuming physical activities

7 days

Treatment costs

On request

Treatment sequence

During our first meeting, we'll analyze your objectives and expectations together.

During this consultation, we will compile your medical file and define the intervention methods required to meet your needs.

We will also take care to inform you of any limitations that may arise depending on your medical history and said treatments. We'll also look at pre- and post-operative issues, to pass on our recommendations and inform you of what to do in the event of complications.

All important information will be conveyed to you verbally and in writing. This will give you the opportunity to clarify any areas of uncertainty before making your decision.

This appointment may be an opportunity to have the treatment done on the same day, or to plan a later date if your choice is made. In the case of surgery, we will inform you of the anaesthetic arrangements.

Some decisions take time, and it's quite possible to leave with a personalized quote, including a treatment and financing plan. We'll also be happy to answer any questions you may have.

During cosmetic surgery, you may need to be anesthetized more or less deeply, depending on the type of procedure and your medical history. Anesthesia is chosen in consultation with you and your surgeon. A pre-anaesthetic visit is sometimes necessary. For all anaesthesia procedures, it is recommended to fast, i.e. not to eat for 6 hours before the operation. The anaesthetist can refuse a patient who has not followed this instruction. Communication and trust are key from the very first contact with your surgeon, because it's by working together that risks can be neutralized.

General anaesthesia
In general anaesthesia, the patient is completely unconscious, asleep and insensitive to pain. the anesthetist meticulously controls and monitors breathing.

For longer procedures, we prefer this type of anesthesia, as it provides a higher level of comfort.

Sedation anaesthesia
Sedation provides deep anaesthesia while leaving the person conscious to verbal and tactile stimuli. The patient can relax without worrying about pain. This method avoids the need for intubation and the side effects of general anesthesia.

Locoregional anesthesia
Locoregional anesthesia refers to the numbing or loss of sensation in a specific area of the body using local anesthetics. The patient remains conscious during the procedure, but feels no pain in the anaesthetized area.

It's normal for your body to react to aesthetic treatments. Some symptoms are common and by no means alarming. Symptoms that could lead to more serious complications are rare, and should they occur, our team will be on hand to take care of you.

If you notice these symptoms, there's no need to worry:

  • A slight rise in temperature
  • Slight discharge of blood from dressings
  • A slight increase in inflammation

On the other hand, if you observe these symptoms, please contact us:

  • Over 38.5° fever and chills
  • Severe swelling, especially on one side only
  • Significant pain and redness in the operated area
  • Keep in mind that your recovery period will depend on the type of operation and factors specific to you.

We are all unique, so the details of your recovery cannot be entirely predictable. You're beginning a process of physical and emotional transformation. Be patient and let your body do what it does best. If you have any doubts, we're here for you.

Frequently asked questions

Yes, it may be slightly visible for the first few months, but will be hidden in the bridge of the nose.

Indications are white lips that are too long. This happens during the aging process or genetically in young people.

Lip lifts modify the shape of the lips and give them a natural volume that lasts over time.