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Luscious Lips

Luscious Lips
“Natural, full lips can take years off your appearance – in the time it takes to have lunch!”
– Myra Danish, MD, FACS

Q: Dr. Danish, how can I bring back the full lips I had in my younger years? They seem to get thinner and straighter every year.

A: It’s true! Full lips create a soft and appealing look at every age, and thinner lips make you look older and less vibrant than you feel. Whether smiling or in repose, our lips tell our age as much as any other feature.

As we age, our lips lose volume. This creates a drawn appearance and emphasizes the lines on the lips and around the mouth. Nobody wants that! Often we’re afraid to seek out solutions because we see actors or models with overdone lips, and it discourages us from addressing this important facial feature.

Full and natural lips are completely possible with the techniques available today. We replace lost volume in your lips using non-surgical solutions done right here in our office. The skill and experience of the doctor is essential to achieve the natural look and feel you want – one that is appropriate to your own unique facial structure.

These treatments can be done in one visit, and results can last a year or longer. My patients are very enthusiastic about the results. If you seek a more permanent solution, we’ll discuss lip implants. These are extremely soft and pliable, and look great with no visible signs you’ve had any facial enhancements.

A Happy Valentine’s Day starts with a visit to Dr. Danish! Call today for your consultation.

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So you can start looking younger and more vibrant today!

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