You should not use blood thinners before the procedure. If you need to use, you should continue using it after 10 days left the procedure. In addition, if the patient takes regular medication, s/he should inform her/his doctor before the procedure. Taking such measures in the first place will prevent possible bad consequences.
When the procedure is performed, the patient is sent home within a few hours. The patient is sent home because there will not be any major complication whether they have general anesthesia or local anesthesia. Since the area where the transfer is made will be swelled after the procedure, ice bags should be placed on the swelling area to provide relief.
Since bruising and swelling will occur in the areas where fat transfer is be applied, the patient should be able to spend the first few days resting. After bruises and swellings decrease, the patient may return to normal life. But, since the procedure applied to lips is more intense and slightly different, bruising or swelling will take a little longer than normal.