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Lip augmentation can reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the lips as well as enlarge your lips. The best candidates for lip enhancement do not have current cold sores, diabetes, lupus, scarring of the lips, blood clotting problems, and are not smokers.

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Terms related to Lip Augmentation:

  • Augmentation, Lip
  • Cosmetic Surgery, Lip Augmentation
  • Enhancement, Lip

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