Full, defined cheeks are a sign of youth and beauty, but over time the face loses fat, causing the cheeks to become flat and saggy, giving way to a sunken-in look. Cheek implants add body and contour to cheeks that lack definition. Individuals with weak cheek structure, a narrow or flat face, or who have lost cheek contour due to the effects of age can benefit from the aesthetic enhancement that cheek augmentation can provide. There are a number of different shapes of implants depending on whether we are just augmenting the height of the cheeks, augmenting the hollowness below the cheek bone level or whether we are using a combined implant to do a little of both. The most commonly used implants today are made out of silicone. They have been around for thirty years and they are intended as permanent implants. They have a very good acceptance and do not get rejected by the body, but care needs to be taken to avoid infection.
To restore volume to the midface and recreate youthful contours, your doctor also may suggest fillers or fat grafting. There is a choice of both temporary and long lasting injections that are suitable for use in this area. Both of these options tend to work out more expensive in the long term rather than having a permanent implant placed. In some people fat transfer may be an option, however fat transfer usually has a quite variable persistence and frequently as much as 80% of it will disappear giving it much less reliability.
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