No Need to Act Cheeky: 2 Benefits of Cheek Implants

Cheek implants When you typically think of getting facial or cosmetic surgery, you may associate it with frivolity. And with more and more people opting to add Botox to their list of “needs” it can seem a bit excessive. However, when it comes to things like your self-esteem and confidence, you really can’t put a price tag on it. If you have started to lose volume in your face and cheeks due to old age or injury, you may want to consider getting cheek implants. By surgically implanting either a porous plastic material or hard silicone implant on top of your existing cheek bone, cheek implants can transform your overall appearance. Read on to learn more.

They’re Permanent

Unlike with facial fillers like Juvederm and Restylane that you have to get done at least every year, cheek implants are practically permanent. In very rare instances will patients have to get their implants replaced or redone. If you are looking to accentuate your facial structure without having to deal with the hassle of maintenance, then consider getting cheek implants.

They Add Structure

As you age, your skin starts to lose elasticity, and your bones start to lose mass— leaving you feeling more like a puddle of mud more than a person. However, by getting cheek implants from Dr. Leslie H. Sultan, you can restore your facial structure and accentuate certain parts of your face. During your initial consultation, you and Dr. Leslie H. Sultan will go over implant placement to ensure that you get the results that you want.

Dr. Leslie H. Sultan specializes in facial reconstructive surgeries like cheek implants— so you can rest assured that you are in good hands. If you are self-conscious about the lack of volume in your face, consider getting cheek implants from Dr. Leslie H. Sultan. Contact our office today to learn more!

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