Benefits of a Non-Surgical Cheek Enhancement

Published on: February 11, 2018

Many people focus on their eyes, lips and nose when considering cosmetic procedures. While these are prominent features on your face, the structure of your cheeks brings them all together. The cheeks help create the shape of your face and outline the other important features. When they lose fat content, or the skin and tissue begin to shift downward, it can change the overall beauty of your face. There are non-surgical options to enhance your cheeks, which can have many benefits for your other features.

Dermal Fillers for Cheek Enhancement

While a surgical cheek lift can also have benefits, a non-surgical approach is using dermal fillers. This is a temporary solution, but it also has less risks, cost and downtime than surgery. Dermal filler injections can replace lost fat in the cheeks and be used to transform the shape for a younger appearance. Here are some of the benefits you may see with a cheek enhancement with dermal fillers:

  • Reduced eye bags. Often bags under the eye are not an “eye” issue, but due to the upper cheek sagging. Filler on the upper cheek can help reduce the appearance of bags under the eyes for a more energetic and youthful look.
  • Softened shape. When fat is lost in the cheeks as you age, it can make your face look gaunt. Fillers can soften the cheeks to a more youthful shape.
  • Smooth lines and wrinkles. Around your nose and mouth, nasolabial lines can form. Fillers can smooth these lines and wrinkles in your lower cheek and jaw area.

If you want to experience the benefits of a non-surgical cheek enhancement, seek the advice of a plastic surgeon. They offer the best knowledge and experience in using dermal fillers to improve the appearance of your facial features.

Posted on behalf of:
Kami Parsa, M.D.
Oculoplastic Surgery
465 N Roxbury Dr. Suite 1011
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 777-8880

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