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i had a midface lift through a temple and upper of mounth a month ago and i am happy with the result everything went well but my upper lip is so stff and do not let me to move my upper lip that mcuh it got better but my face got much better bye now i want to know is is becasue of scare tissue there or it is never bumping i have sensation just stifffing now i can smile when i push my lip so much but it is more difficult to blow my lip if i do not talk it looks ok but when i talk the others will notice i can not move my lips and think i may have done sth to m lip and the distance between my nose and lip look shorter which is good, so how long do you think the stiffness is there and what is the reason thank u so much

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