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Cleft Lip Restoration
Micro-pigmentation can improve the appearance of a cleft lip by using pigments that mimic the natural lip colour in order to recreate the cupid’s bow and achieve a symmetrical shape. Scarring as a result of the reconstructive surgery associated with cleft palate surgery can also be successfully camouflaged.
In the early weeks of foetal development the right and left sides of the lip and the roof of the mouth normally grow together. Occasionally, however, in about one of every 800 babies, those sections don’t quite meet. A child born with a separation in the upper lip is said to have a cleft lip.
By infusing into your lips a ‘prescriptive’ shade that’s ideal for you, I can achieve a symmetrical lip-line and cupids bow, improve the shape of your mouth and give definition to your lips. The scar that runs from your nose to lip can also be treated with MCA which is a specialist technique which aims to soften taught scars and increase mobility in localised tissues.