As cosmetic treatments become more accessible than ever before for the general public, there is a growing selection of options available, including procedures like non surgical cheek enhancement. Both surgical and non-surgical treatments are rising in popularity, both with their pros and cons, though this should always come down to individual needs and suitabilities. Cheek augmentation is often used to change the planes of the face for a more contoured appearance, creating a balance that may not have existed previously.
Surgical Cheek Enhancement: Cheek Implants
One long-term option for cheek augmentation is cheek implants. These require a surgical procedure, with silicone or porous polyethylene implants that can be removed if needs be, but that are FDA-approved for longevity. This is an invasive treatment, and therefore will require more downtime than fillers.
There are also complications that can occur as a result, including migration of the implants, asymmetry, and allergic reactions. We don’t perform surgical or permanent treatments at PHI Clinic, instead offering temporary procedures to ensure that as you change and age, your treatments can too.
Non Surgical Cheek Enhancement
One of the most common augmentation treatments we perform in the clinic is non-surgical cheek enhancement. We use dermal fillers for this procedure, from the Juvederm Vycross range, products known for their efficacy and longevity. Depending upon how quickly your body processes the product, results can last for up to 24 months and are noticeable immediately following treatment. In just a short session, one of our doctors can introduce product beneath the skin via a needle to add volume to the cheek area, which can combat the appearance of hollow cheeks and even improve jowling along the jaw, as well as creating balance between the features.
Get In Touch
To find out if you are suitable for non surgical cheek enhancement, contact us today to arrange a consultation with one of our highly experienced doctors, who can assess you for treatment. Get in touch via the contact page of our website, our email email@example.com, or phone us on 0207 034 5999.