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Extraction of Biopolymer

Safe Path to a Natural Appearance

Why remove biopolymer?

Biopolymers, also known as liquid silicones, are non-biodegradable and can cause numerous problems, including deformities, swelling, pain, inflammation, and even tissue necrosis. Our procedure for removing biopolymers reduces lip volume, eliminates lumps and deformities, restoring a more natural appearance and texture to the lips.

Preparation and procedure

Preparation for biopolymer removal

Preparation for biopolymer removal involves a thorough examination and laboratory tests, which are included in the cost of the surgery. It’s necessary to avoid certain medications and quit smoking to ensure optimal recovery.

Procedure for biopolymer removal

The operation is performed under local anesthesia or short-term intravenous sedation. Incisions are discreetly placed to ensure scars are minimally visible, through which scar tissue and biopolymers are removed. The procedure lasts from 45 to 90 minutes, and biodegradable sutures are used, facilitating easier postoperative recovery.

Recovery after biopolymer removal

Recovery involves temporary swelling and taking antibiotics. Dietary recommendations and oral hygiene focus on minimizing infection risks. Most patients can resume their normal activities the next day, with their first follow-up appointment scheduled for the second day after surgery.

What are the risks of biopolymer removal

As with any surgery, there are risks of allergic reactions to anesthesia, bleeding, and infection. However, these risks are minimized when the procedure is performed in a completely sterile operating room and conducted strictly according to protocol by an experienced surgeon.

Before and After


How long does recovery take?

Recovery takes 5 to 7 days, after which significant improvement is expected.

No, the surgery is performed under anesthesia, minimizing discomfort during and after the procedure.

Yes, biopolymer removal provides permanent results and restores a natural appearance to the lips.