True volume loss may also accompany age-related fat redistribution resulting in cheeks that look sunken or flat, even giving the appearance of an unhealthy look in some. Cheek augmentation is a plastic surgery procedure designed to enhance the look and proportion of the cheeks through the use of an implant. Cheek implants can add prominence to the cheekbones and balance the facial features.
Fat Transfer (Lipografting)
Facial volume changes over time. Most of us gradually lose soft tissue volume in the temples, tear trough areas, cheeks, lips and soft tissues around the mouth. In addition, some of our existing youthful soft tissue volumes naturally fall down over time – both in the midface and at the jawline – leading to the gradual development of nasolabial (smile) folds and jowls.
The Browlift is a surgical procedure designed to open up the eye area, reducing or eliminating the tired, angry look that comes from a drawn, creased forehead. Sometimes referred to as a Forehead Lift, the procedure lifts the brow and removes excess tissue/weight from the upper eyelids.
Patients concerned about the loss of lip volume and/or inward rotation of the line that surrounds the red parts of the lip may benefit from lip enhancement procedures such as lip augmentation, lip advancement, subnasal lift, and corner lift.