Small cheekbones may upset the balance of one's face. To restore the facial proportions, cheek augmentation may be performed using implants inserted through small incisions in the mouth. This procedure may be performed alone or in conjunction with a facelift. Over the last few years, the surgeon has noticed that hollowing of the cheeks below the cheekbones is becoming an increasing cosmetic concern. This condition can make an individual appear tired, older and unwell. The hollowing of the cheeks can be corrected with submalar augmentation using customized implants. Both cheek and submalar implants can restore a more youthful appearance, enhance your facial features and give you a healthier look.
CHEEK AUGMENTATION IS A PERFECT PROCEDURE:
· To look more attractive by making more prominent your cheekbones.
· To assist in providing a more youthful appearance to an aging face.
· To give your face the chance to look harmonious and perfect.
HOW WILL THE PROCEDURE BE PERFORMED?
There are many ways to perform cheek implantation. The method must be tailored to the individual patient needs.
There are 3 different types of implants , which come in a variety of sizes so that each patient can receive a customized fit.
Cheek implants (malar): These are placed directly on the cheek bones to increase prominence or give high cheek bones.
Below the cheek (submalar): These are placed just under the cheek bone to correct a hollow, or sunken in, appearance and to create more fullness.
Combined (malar/submalar): These implants go over and below the cheek bone to increase prominence and to correct hollowness under the cheek at the same time.
According to the kind of implants used, they can be attached to the bone with screws, to the muscle with sutures or simply remain in their place by internal pressure of the pocket.
Cheek implants are made of medical grade solid silicone. They are usually placed through incisions in the mouth so there are no visible scars from this procedure.
Local and sedation or general.
Around 1 hour.
It takes one to two weeks.
Most people are back to work within a week or two, you will feel temporary stinging or burning sensation.
Not too much. Your surgeon will advice you to take some analgesics.
REMOVAL OF THE STITCHES
3 days after the surgery.
BRUISES AND SWELLING
The bruises are very infrequent.
The swelling may last two weeks approximately.
The scars will be completely invisibles.
The definite results will be fully appreciated after two months.
They all Include:
The Surgical Procedure
Stay in Clinic (without limit of time)
5 to 7 days in nice Hotel
Complete Hematology Tests Analysis
Implants or Prothesis (if any)
Pre and ost-operative Consultations
Clinical Professional Insurance
Professional insurance of surgeon
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