Overcoming Lips That Are More Prominent Due To Post-accident Suture Wounds?
Tonight, I have a fortune … 2 years ago I had an accident and my upper lip was torn, and finally had to be sewn. After the stitches healed my lips became disproportionate, the lips became a permanent lump until now. Until now there are no complaints of pain or pain from the lump. What I want to ask is whether I have to operate to reverse the shape of my lips, if so, I guess the cost is expensive, yeah … thank you
Hello Tartorizal, thank you for asking.
In wounds that require a tissue to be sewn, the healing process is indeed different for each person. Depending on the severity of the wound, also on whether the person has a tendency to develop excessive scarring or not. In your case, if there aren't any symptoms, then the problem is probably purely aesthetic. Repairing the shape of the tissue that has healed must of course go through an operating procedure. Generally this procedure is performed by a plastic surgeon. The indication is to correct the form of the disorder, so that someone can feel comfortable and confident again.
Please consult directly with the plastic surgeon at the type A hospital. The doctor will explain the possible actions taken, such as what the procedure is for implementation, any side effects, and estimated costs. We cannot estimate the cost because it depends entirely on your location. The thing that must be a concern is the possibility for cosmetic surgery like this, insurance may not be willing to make payments. Then choose the right time and location according to your abilities. Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.