Cheekbone Augmentation is a surgery that inserts a foreign implant to give a 3D volume in the flat face. Many patients consider cheekbone reduction because they are concerned about the wide face, but sometimes cheekbone augmentation rather may be necessary for a 3D result in the flat face depending on the situation. Therefore, a professional diagnosis is required for each of the patients to give the ideal surgery before performing the surgery. For the cheekbone augmentation, the implants in various shapes and sizes are made of silicone or Medpore. The implant is placed between the joined line of mouth side and eye side, and the joined line of alar base and auricle.
Surgery Time: ~30 Minutes
Anesthesia Type: IV sedation
Stitch Removal: None
Recovery Time: 2-7 Days
Cheekbone Augmentation Surgery Method
STEP 01Diagnose and design where the foreign implant will be placed in the front cheekbone.
STEP 02Make an incision line in the inner mouth and insert the foreign implant.
STEP 03Fix the foreign implant and suture using a dissolvable thread.
Ideal Candidates for Cheekbone Augmentation
People who are concerned about a wide face or flat face
People who look older than their age due to flat cheekbones
People who want semi-permanent front cheekbone volume
Cheekbone Augmentation Surgery Point
The inner incision in the mouth does not show the scarring.
The surgery allows the ideal amount of a volume for each patient giving the natural appearance.
The foreign implant is fixed with the screw giving a fixed position.
Long experiences of VIP surgery techniques minimize the nerve damage.
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