Facial Implants will help fill out sunken cheeks, improve a weak chin and give you a better facial contour. Cheek and chin implant surgery involves the placement of implants [similar to breast implants] in the face. The intended result is a size and shape that will make you feel comfortable and confident, fits your face in a natural way and ultimately improves your appearance.
There are also non-surgical options that can help with some contour issues of the face such as injectable fillers or fat transfers.
Facial contours that are more attractive
CHEEK – When you fill in your cheeks, everything is pulled up. If you have nasolabial folds, downturn of the mouth, and a more hollow eye area, your cheek implants will improve these imperfections without even touching any of those areas.
CHIN – Augmenting a weak, receding chin will improve your jawline and bone structure, giving you a stronger profile and more balanced appearance. It’s been noted that people subconsciously associate a stronger chin with more authority, self-confidence and trustworthiness. This is a very popular procedure for men as well as women.
A lifted, younger-looking face
The chin and jawline are among the first areas to show signs of aging. Your chin and/or cheek augmentation is a great way to restore your face to a more youthful look. These facial implants improve the midfacial contour and restore sagging midfacial soft tissues. You’ll look and feel years younger in a very soft and natural way!
Considering Facial Implants?
CHEEK – Strong cheekbones reflect light and add symmetry, and having a stronger cheek contour is a plus for aging men and women. Stronger cheekbones will take years off of your face. Cheek implants are a great option if you were not genetically blessed with this epic bone structure a la Lauren Bacall.
CHIN – A well defined chin helps give balance to the face and creates a major part of one’s profile. Mentoplasty, or chin augmentation, is used to enhance the profile and/or facial contours and to give the face a more balanced appearance.
Everyone is at least a little bit asymmetric and so this is normal and universal. In some cases, however, there is a much more obvious asymmetry and it is usually due to differences in the facial skeleton. When there is a very noticeable amount of asymmetry, chin and/or cheek implants are a good option to consider and will improve, but not completely correct, the differences. The goal is to create balance and proportion.