What are the Anatomical features of Beautiful Lips?

This is very simple to answer, and I suggest that you look at various images of lips to appreciate the different facets.

  1. Symmetry between the left and right halves;
  2. Ethnically appropriate proportions of the upper and lower lips;
  3. Age-appropriate volume;
  4. Defined boundaries (sharp vermillion borders);
  5. Pronounced cupid’s bow (central part of the upper lips);
  6. Central fullness (median roundedness, tapering laterally);
  7. Up-turned corners;
  8. Some visibility of the upper ‘wet-dry border’;
  9. Surrounding changes, such as fine lines around the lips, contribute to a general older look.

Importantly, contrary to the trend in recent years, bigger is not necessarily better!

<h4>Dr. Niro Sivathasan</h4><p>BSc (Hons), MB, BS (Lond), DRCOG, AesthMed Board Cert. (AAAM), GradDipAesthMed (UK), PGCert BA, MRCS (Eng), AFACP, DU (Paris), FCPCA, FFMACCS, FACCS, FASCBS, FAACS​</p>

Dr. Niro Sivathasan

BSc (Hons), MB, BS (Lond), DRCOG, AesthMed Board Cert. (AAAM), GradDipAesthMed (UK), PGCert BA, MRCS (Eng), AFACP, DU (Paris), FCPCA, FFMACCS, FACCS, FASCBS, FAACS​

Multiple postgraduate qualifications in general surgery, cosmetic surgery, and aesthetic medicine, were gained in America, Australia, and Britain. Now, ‘Dr. Niro’ is exclusively in private clinical practice and is a senior trainer and K.O.L. (key opinion leader) for the pharmaceutical and medical devices industries (since 2014).

He has published over 35 medical articles, spoken at conferences around the world, written book chapters, and is reviewer and editorial committee-member for various medical journals in addition to being a recognised medical educator on the national and international stage.