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 enhances your appearance.
There are also less invasive options that can help with some contour issues of the face such as injectable fillers or fat transfers.
More Attractive Facial Contours
CHEEK – When you fill in your cheeks, you mid and lower face are slightly pulled up. If you have prominent nasolabial folds, downturn corners of your mouth, and a hollow eye area, 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 has 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 Facial Structure
Chin and jawline augmentation are great ways to restore your face to a more youthful look. These facial implants improve the facial contour by restoring sagging soft tissues. You will look and feel years younger in a very soft and natural way!
Considering Facial Implants?
CHEEK – Strong cheekbones reflect light and add symmetry. Having a stronger cheek contour is a plus for both aging men and women. Stronger cheekbones will take years off of your face by adding volume where you may not even realize you need it. Cheek implants are a great option if you were not genetically blessed with this epic bone structure.
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 give the face a more balanced appearance.
Everyone’s face is slightly asymmetric. In some cases, 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. They help to improve the symmetry differences. The goal is to create balance and proportion.