Enhancing Your Facial Contours with a Cheek Lift and Cheek Implants

The cheek lift, also known as a midface lift, is a surgical procedure that aims to lift and tighten the skin on the cheeks, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and sagging, and restore the youthful contour of the midface. Cheek lift surgery can be done on its own or in combination with other facial rejuvenation procedures, such as a facelift or neck lift. Cheek implants, on the other hand, are a type of facial implant that is designed to enhance the volume and projection of the cheeks. They are made of silicone or other biocompatible materials and are surgically inserted into the cheeks through incisions inside the mouth or under the lower eyelids. Cheek implants can create a more defined cheekbone structure and improve the overall balance and symmetry of the face. If you’d like to learn more, reach out to Dr. Leif Rogers in Beverly Hills and set up your initial consultation today.

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Why Choose Cheek Augmentation?

Plenty of individuals find themselves interested in facial enhancement for a number of reasons. Maybe you’ve noticed that the aging process has changed your face in ways that are less than exciting. Perhaps simple genetics have kept you from enjoying your ideal look.

Whatever your case may be, Dr. Rogers can work with you to help you achieve an ideal set of facial contours, so you can show the world a more pleasing sense of facial harmony.

  • Improved facial contour
  • Customizable options
  • Rejuvenated appearance
  • Safe and effective
  • Increased self-confidence
  • Long-lasting results

Should I Consider Cheek Augmentation?

For patients looking to freshen the look of their face with more permanent results than what injectable treatments can offer—and a more subtle, less expensive, less invasive procedure than a full facelift—a cheek lift may be just what you are looking for. If you have used soft tissue fillers for temporary results in the past, implants offer a permanent solution.

If you are struggling with loss of facial structure due to age, injury, or disease or are simply interested in improving the contours of your cheeks, implants can provide the fullness and proportion you need to feel your best. Cheek Implants can improve the projection of the cheekbones and add volume to flat or recessed planes in the face. 

Implants are made from special bio-compatible materials such as silicon and polyethylene and are made to fit any anatomy. There are many options for materials and placement, and Dr. Rogers will work closely with you to help you make the best choices for your anatomy. To get started, reach out to our Beverly Hills office and set up your consultation today.

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Your Cheek Augmentation Experience

A cheek lift surgery can take anywhere from one to three hours to complete, depending on the complexity of the procedure. The duration of a cheek implant procedure is typically shorter than a cheek lift, usually taking just about an hour to complete.

Both cheek lift and cheek implant procedures are typically performed under general anesthesia, which means that you will be asleep and not feel any pain or discomfort during the surgery. These are outpatient procedures, so you’ll be able to return home the same day.

Your Recovery and Results

For a cheek lift surgery, the initial recovery period is typically around one to two weeks. During this time, you’ll likely experience swelling, bruising, and discomfort around the treatment area, and we’ll make sure you have everything that you need to stay comfortable as you recover. The recovery time for a cheek implant is generally shorter. If you’d like to learn more about cheek augmentation and how it can help you enjoy a more pleasing sense of facial harmony, our team is standing by and ready to help you get started. Simply reach out to our Beverly Hills office and set up your initial consultation today.

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