The Russian Lip Technique

The Russian lip technique uses the same type of fillers used in standard lip enhancement procedures. However, the way the filler is injected is different. During a traditional lip enhancement, the injector places the filler horizontally into the lip and massages it out to increase the volume of each individual lip. The Russian lip technique, on the other hand, uses a vertical injection to increase the volume of each lip.

hyaluronic acid filler

A hyaluronic acid filler for a Russian lip technique is a highly effective solution for improving the shape and volume of your lips. During this procedure, a small amount of the filler is injected into the center of your lower lip, as well as into the cupid’s bow area of your upper lip. This technique provides perfectly balanced lip contouring while still maintaining a delicate definition of the border of your lips. Dr. Green’s “less is more” technique allows him to use a delicate artistry to create an elegant and natural look that will complement your natural features.

Additionally, he is able to correct asymmetry in the border of your lips, if necessary. Dr. Green uses hyaluronic acid fillers to give his patients a natural-looking pout. In the first case, he used one cc of this filler to enhance the ‘cupid’s bow and the vermilion border. The resulting result was a fuller-looking and more natural-looking pout. The lips were made slightly fuller and the chin projection was enhanced as well. Hyaluronic acid filler can also be used to augment the chin.

Vertical injection

There are many reasons to choose the Vertical Injection Russian Lip Technique. This innovative treatment offers patients a more natural, heart-shaped lip, while avoiding the outward protrusion of traditional lip fillers. The procedure can also help prevent “trout pout,” or a pronounced “gummy” appearance of the lips. To get the results you desire, the procedure requires two to four treatments to achieve the desired look.

Although the procedure is a bit painful, most doctors use numbing cream to minimize any discomfort. You can also bring a stress ball if you don’t tolerate pain well. During the first week following your treatment, you will probably experience some swelling and bruising. However, this will subside after a few days. It’s important to choose a board-certified plastic surgeon for this procedure, because an unqualified injector can result in a lackluster result or even negative side effects.

Cupid’s bow

Using the Cupid’s bow russian lips technique can dramatically enhance the shape and volume of your lips without the need for surgery. This technique works by stimulating collagen production in the cupid’s bow region, which will help your lips look plumper without fillers. Threading can be used on other parts of the face, too, so it is an excellent option for anyone who wants to add definition and volume to their lips.

The most common technique for creating a cupid’s bow is the Russian lip technique. This method is best for a more dramatic look that’s both natural and striking. The Russian lip technique enhances the shape of the lips by adding height and definition in the center, which is the heart shape. This technique also helps to add vertical fullness to thin lips. However, it may not be appropriate for all types of lips.

Recovery time

Using hyaluronic acid based fillers, the Russian lip technique provides long-lasting hydration and volume to mature lips. Most patients prefer the natural doll-like plumpness of the results, but the process can also produce asymmetrical lip results. The Russian lip technique focuses on restoring volume and symmetry to the outer edge of the lip, known as the “cupid’s bow.”

Both the russian lip technique and traditional techniques cause some bruising afterward, but the bruising and swelling will subside within a few days. Swelling and asymmetry are common, and both will subside after a few days. The Russian lip technique is not for everyone. Only a qualified plastic surgeon should perform this surgery. An unqualified injector is not safe enough to handle the risks associated with the procedure.

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