Here I use a hyaluronic acid (Restylane in this case) to fill this patient's upper lip, help lift up the downturned edges of her mouth, and also minimize "smoker's lines". Specifically, I use the cannula method here, avoiding multiple sticks with a sharp needle that increases risk or bruising and bleeding, and other complications. This method is also much more comfortable for the patient to experience. A syringe of hyaluronic acid filler starts at $500.
Here, metal shaping teacher Lazze, demonstrates how to create a panel with an inner lip like might be necessary for a fender patch panel or from a scratch built panel. For more information on Lazze books, Lazze metal shaping tools made in the United States, DVD's, and hands on classes as his facility in California, See http://www.lazzemetalshaping.com