Many people consider getting cheek enhancement fillers and injections to shape, enhance and volumize their cheeks, to give balance to their face and enhance specific proportions, and to combat the ageing process as well. Cheek enhancement fillers are a good replacement option for those who do not wish to have cheek implants, which would require a surgical procedure and offer a permanent change.
It is quite common as we age for cheek and other facial proportions to become disproportionate. Many people seek to replace the volume that is lost in the cheeks when this happens in an effort to rejuvenate the face. Fuller cheeks are considered to give a more youthful appearance while also being able to offer support to the lower eyelid reducing the size of the bags under the eye. And it is not just women who get cheek fillers, men can also benefit from this procedure as well.
The Aim of Cheek Enhancement Fillers
Ideally, cheeks would have an ‘S’ shaped curve from the peak of the cheek along the jawline.
When looking to enhance the cheek regions, there are a range of dermal fillers available which can replace lost volume. The team at Chelsea Cosmetics will evaluate your current situation to determine the amount of dermal filler in Melbourne required to achieve your desired result, which is based on how much volume you have already lost.
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Tear Troughs and Eye Bags
The indents that sit between the lower eyelid and your cheeks can be affected by the ageing process. The hollow at the junction between the lower eyelid and cheek can also be a genetic situation noticeable in the early twenties.
Many people are also concerned by eye bags in the lower eyelid area, which give a tired and bulged look, that are often fat or fluid filled. The eye to cheek area can be affected by ageing, and dermal fillers can help to smooth the space between the lower eyelid and the cheek. This works to make tear troughs or eye bags less noticeable.
The Issue with Ageing
Cheeks will droop and flatten with age; this can be of concern to many people considering how prominent our cheeks are when it comes to the space they occupy on our faces. As the fat pads which form the cheeks deflate with time, the folds from the corners of the nose to the mouth fall inwards. The cheekbones can also be affected by ageing which has an effect on the cheeks and their appearance. This makes the areas between the lower eyelid and cheek more pronounced, which along with crows feet, can present a more mature looking visual appearance.
Chelsea Cosmetics can help you with cheek filler enhancements today
To ensure you get the right amount of cheek filler, and the correct balance and symmetry for your cheeks, trust the highly experienced team of surgeons at Chelsea Cosmetics Melbourne. Our entire team is on hand to assess your situation and answer any questions that you may have before undergoing this procedure. We will evaluate if cheek filler injections will work for you and your goals before moving forward and ensure that you have all of the necessary information.
Book a free consultation with our experienced team who will take all necessary precautions before administering cheek enhancement fillers to minimise all risks. We work hard to keep you well informed, and our team and clinical staff are well-trained and updated on the latest procedures and technology. This ensures that you are properly looked after with all of the support that you need.
Speak to us as soon as issues begin to arise so we can help you determine the best course of action for your situation and goals. Give our team a call on (03) 8822 3472 and they will do everything possible to get you on a path to wellness.
High, defined cheekbones with beautiful curvature that reduce eye bags, is the primary goal. You want to bring attention to the eyes and ensure you attain a natural apex. Subtle volume improvements can improve the symmetry and appeal of the face, creating the right curvatures and shadows.
In very rare cases there can be an unintentional injection into a blood vessel causing severe and permanent complications. These can include vision abnormalities, stroke, temporary scabs, blindness, or permanent scarring. There is also a risk of infection as with any procedure that requires injectables.