Lip Lift

Lip Lift

Also known as “Lip Lift”, which is also known as the treatment of long upper lip, names such as upper lip lift, upper lip shortening; It is an upper lip shortening surgery performed on people who are not satisfied with the length of the upper lip area and this length distorts the facial proportions of the patient. In lip lift surgery, the area between the upper lip of the upper lip and the base of the columella is evaluated. This surgery is also called “Bullhorn surgery” “Bull horn” in English because of the drawing done.

What is the normal distance between the nose and lips?

According to the criteria of facial aesthetics, the ideal length of the upper lip is between 12-15 millimeters in the detailed examination of lip aesthetics as book information. This length is a special measurement that can be decided after considering the entire face. If the length in this part is above what it should be and causes discomfort to the person, Lip lift surgery can be planned.

There are serious differences in facial proportions in men and women. The nasal lip distance is longer in men. In women, the length, shape, position and details of the upper lip are much more important. The fact that the length of the upper lips is suitable for the middle of the face makes people look healthier and younger.

lip lift price how much
Who is suitable for lip lift surgery?

With age, sagging occurs in almost every part of our face, eyebrows, eyelids, cheeks, neck, as well as the upper lip. The most common need for upper lip lift surgery is seen in advanced ages. Apart from age, the upper lip may be structurally long. Many patients who are interested in lip lift or upper lip shortening are usually unaware of their condition, so they have lip augmentation, but are still not satisfied with the result. Because with lip augmentation, the lips become longer. It takes on a disturbing look.

Offer Form


    No comments yet. You can be the first filling the form below.

    Hanne Dilara KÜÇÜK
    Hanne Dilara KÜÇÜK
    Hi there
    How can we help you?
    Please leave your phone or email address if we don't have a respondent.