The No-Scar Lip-Lift: Upper Lip Suspension Technique View Full Text


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2011-08

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Anthony Echo, Adeyiza Olutoyin Momoh, Eser Yuksel

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BACKGROUND: Addressing the long upper lip has been a complex problem for some time. Methods such as the subnasal skin excision and the vermillion advancement technique have been described, but both leave a visible scar. A no-scar lip-lift technique is necessary for a subset of patients who have a long upper lip and will not accept a visible scar. METHODS: The upper lip is shortened via an intranasal incision and suspension suture that elevates the upper lip and anchors it to the anterior nasal spine. A retrospective review of 92 patients who had undergone upper lip-lift with the no-scar suspension technique was performed. Three plastic surgeons assessed the pre- and postoperative results and determined the presence of improvement in four categories: lip shortening, lip projection, incisor show, and vermillion show. RESULTS: The lip parameters improved, with 85% of the patients showing noticeable lip shortening, 79% showing increased sagittal projection, 74% exhibiting increased incisor show, and 25% exhibiting increased vermillion show. All the patients had improvement in at least one of the four categories. Complications were experienced by two patients with a suture abscess and one patient with an unraveled suture. CONCLUSION: The overall lip contours improved after the lip suspension technique, most noticeably in terms of lip height and sagittal projection, and the scar was hidden intranasally. More... »

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617-623

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1995-11. Aging of the upper lip: A new treatment technique in AESTHETIC PLASTIC SURGERY
  • 1993-09. Direct upper-lip lifting: A safe procedure in AESTHETIC PLASTIC SURGERY
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