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Aesthetic management of lips and perioral region with Hylacross® and Vycross® hyaluronic-acid based fillers: A document of recommendations.

BACKGROUND: Lip volumization and perioral rejuvenation with hyaluronic-acid (HA) based dermal fillers are generating increasing interest and demand. However, this topic is still having many unmet needs nowadays. This document aimed to provide tips and recommendations that may help clinicians to achieve optimal and more predictable aesthetic outcomes.

METHODS: A multidisciplinary group of aesthetic medicine doctors from Spain and Portugal reviewed the tools used for assessing the patient and aesthetic outcomes, as well as the different techniques and products used in lips/perioral rejuvenation.

RESULTS: The consensus panel provided specific recommendations focusing on the basic information to collect before performing the aesthetic procedure; comprehensive approach to lips/perioral region rejuvenation; clinical and aesthetic assessment tools; product and technique selection; patient profile and needs; and safety issues (complications/adverse-events).

CONCLUSIONS: The rapid evolution of techniques and tools for assessing the patient and aesthetic outcomes, as well as the development of new HA-based fillers makes it necessary to update the clinical recommendations that guide the daily practice of clinicians, particularly those who have less experience with these procedures. This document addressed relevant subjects related to lip/perioral-region rejuvenation to perform the correct procedure, with the appropriate HA-based, on the right patient; to help specialists to obtain optimal and predictable aesthetic outcomes.

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