Biopolymers removal



Biopolymers removal

Biopolymers removal from the lips.

Žena pre i posle operacije vađenja biopolimera

Biopolimer (tečni slikon) je jedino moguće ukloniti hirurškim putem jer se vezuje i prožima okolno tkivo. Biopolimer nije prirodan materijal, a nije ni biorazgradiv. Nije moguće da se u potpunosti ukloni, ali se može smanjiti volumen usana i ukloniti kvržice, čvorići i zadebljanja.

The reason for the removal of biopolymer may be aesthetic because of the deformation and the migration of the biopolymer itself, unnatural hardness of the lips, asymmetry, and appearance of the balls (granulomas) and knots. Another reason can be medical because biopolymers can cause swelling, pain, inflammatory process, infection, oozing of silicone substance, and even dying out of the tissue (necrosis).

What is the preparation for removing the biopolymers from the lips?

Before the surgery of removing biopolymers from the lips, it is essential to go through a thorough exam by a specialist in plastic, cosmetic, and reconstructive surgery. It is necessary to do all the biochemical and other blood tests, which are done in our clinic and they are included in the price.

How is removing biopolymers from the lips done?

The surgery of removing the biopolymers from the lips is carried out under local anesthesia o short IV analgosedation. Based on the examination, the surgeon will determine what is the best place for the incision. It is usually made on the transition between the skin and mucous membrane so the scars are not visible. Through that incision, the scarred tissue, the excess of the lip skin, silicone balls, and deformed tissue are taken out. Chunk after chunk of silicone is removed. The suture is done with biodegradable thread (VICRYL). The thread usually dissolves on its own, but if some parts remain, the surgeon will remove them during one of the check-ups.

The surgery lasts 45 – 90 minutes.

vadjenje bipolimera iz usana - cena

What is the recovery after removing the biopolymers from the lips?

For the first days after the surgery, you will have swellings, but they naturally subside in 5 – 7 days, you will take antibiotics for 7 – 10 days. If you feel pain, you can take the painkillers recommended by the surgeon.

A day after the surgery you can brush your teeth as usual, but without making sudden movements to avoid harming, as well as with necessary rinsing the mouth with a special disinfectant. It is recommended to eat soft and blended food, which is not hot, for the first two days.

Smoking and using straws is prohibited until the wound heals completely in 5-7 days.

Most of the patients return to work the next day. The first checkup is two days after the surgery.

Are there any risks of removing biopolymers from the lips?

As with any surgery, there are risks of allergic reaction to anesthesia, bleeding, and infection, but they are brought to a minimum when the surgery is performed in a completely sterile operational room and when the procedure is conducted according to a strict protocol by an experienced surgeon.

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