Hello Dr. Lam,
I have been reviewing your website and have seen and watched some of your photos/videos of patients who have had reconstructive procedures done on existing silicone lip enhancements. I had silicone injected into my lips and face approximately 15 years ago and have been living with, what I consider, very terrible results. I never thought that anything could be done to remove or improve the results, because I assumed that since the silicone is a liquid substance, it would be difficult to remove or correct. I feel excited at watching some of the videos of your patients who seem to have been living with the same problem and are now happy with the work you have performed on them. My main concern with my case is that when I had the silicone injected 15 years ago it was not done in a medical office, so I don't know the type or grade of silicone that was used. I have not had any problems other than the actual cosmetic appearance of the work, but could this pose a problem with having reconstructive work done? I would greatly appreciate any advice you might have, as this is the first time that I have ever felt encouraged at potentially fixing this. Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you!