In routine daily practice, treating the lips presents a challenge even for the experienced therapist. The patient’s individual requirements, the huge range of products and preparations on offer as well as the specific circumstances encountered with previously treated lips all require the attending physician to have a profound, expert knowledge of anatomy, of product properties, and of the various techniques with the potential risks associated with them.
In this book, all the relevant aspects of case history, anatomy, treatment with hyaluronic acid fillers, and injection techniques with their risks are presented in a way that is easy to follow and understand. The content is completed by case examples, numerous practice tips, and additional commercial and product-specific advisory notes. The aim of the authors is to provide both seasoned and less experienced therapists with a manual and an aid to treatment, equipping them with all the key information needed to independently prepare, perform, and optimize lip treatments in esthetic medicine.