Category Archives: Lip Lift


Lip lift versus lip filler – What are the differences?

Looking to plump your pout? If so, you’ve probably looked into lip fillers for augmentation. Lip filler is great but not always the best option for a fuller pout. There are other options to rejuvenate the lips and we happen to specialize in two of the most popular treatments, which include both lip filler and… Read More »


Lip Lift Recovery

A lip lift is commonly referred to as “upper lip shortening”. A lip lift candidate is someone with an elongated upper lip, better described as the space between the top of the upper lip and bottom of the nostrils. As we age, the distance between that area can become elongated, which some patients feel makes… Read More »


Worldwide Plastic Surgery Trends for 2019

Plastic surgery is growing in popularity with the following trends not only happening in the United States, but world-wide around the globe. Plastic Surgery is No Longer For The Elite Plastic surgery used to be known as something for only the rich and famous. Now, plastic surgery is something everyone is aware of and more… Read More »


Most “Worth It” Procedures According to RealSelf

Non-Surgical Juvederm and Restylane: Fillers are becoming more and more popular each and every year. Some of the most popular areas to have fillers are lips, nasolablia folds, under-eyes, and noses. Fillers, such as Juvederm and Restylane, are ranked as most “worth it” treatments because they both add fullness instantly while lasting between 6 and… Read More »




When To Consider a Lip Lift

Dr. Scott Thompson, top plastic surgeon in Utah, discusses when to consider a lip lift and how the procedure is performed on Good Things Utah with Nicea DeGering. Nicea: You’ve heard about lip fillers but have you heard of a lip lift? Board-certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Scott Thompson, is here from Utah Facial Plastics… Read More »


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