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Got silicone gel in my upper lip in 2004 & my lip is very much uneven. The left side of my lip had dropped so its covering the bottom part.heard there

is a substance which is injected & the silicone dissolves, well the doc said u pee it out :p i need to know how safe is this and why is it so damn difficult to find a surgeon which has performed this procedure?!Am i the only one with a bad lip job!?im ready to travel anywhere just to get this sorted out.

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Facial plastic surgeon
Plano, TX
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  Silicone is permanent
December 14, 2009 12:04 PM

To the best of my knowledge there is no such medication which dissolves silicone. Your best options at this point would be additional silicone to even things out or some other filler like (more)
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