Get Fuller Lips Permanently!


Plump, full-looking lips are considered an integral part of facial beauty and youthfulness. Our lips also go through the aging process by becoming thinner due to collagen break down. Loss of collagen also causes asymmetry as the corners of the mouth turn downwards giving the appearance of frowning.

Thin lips can be linked to a combination of causes: aging, hereditary, smoking, environmental factors, poor hydration and repeated sun exposure. Lips have a very thin outer layer which allows moisture to evaporate more quickly.

lip2A lip implant can be used to permanently increase lip fullness. Perma Facial Implant™ is a revolutionary method of enhancing lips in a single session that does not require repeated treatments with injectable fillers. Perma Facial Implant™ does not grow into surrounding tissues or harden or degenerate over the years. It is permanent but you have the flexibility of having it removed should you want to. There is nothing else on the market really able to offer such a safe, yet flexible solution to thin lips.

The implants are inserted via two small incisions at the corner of the mouth on the upper and/or lower lips. The implant passes through a tunnel created in the lip and is precisely centered. The incisions are then closed with absorbable sutures. The operative site will be swollen the first few days following the procedure. As the swelling subsides you will begin to see your final result.


* Results may vary

Complementary Procedures

Laser Resurfacing to reduce vertical lip lines


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Botox and Fillers to improve drooping mouth corners


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Chin Implant

Neck lift & Liposuction of the neck

Meet Dr. Miller

Meet Our Surgeon - Dr. Todd Miller

What draws Dr. Miller specifically to Facial Plastic Surgery is being able to provide patients with a unique skill set involving the head and neck. He has performed a vast number of facial cosmetic procedures. He has authored articles for national publications and made numerous presentations at national and regional meetings. He is a board certified member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery. More...

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