Filling you in on: Cheek Implants Before and After the Procedure
What are Cheek implants?
Cheek implants are a form of facial implants, done through a procedure called cheek augmentation or better known as cheek bone surgery. Many people have considered fuller cheeks on a person to be much more attractive. For one thing, it rids one of having a gaunt, aged look as well as that of being somewhat unhealthily mal-nourished. With cheek implants, the result will be the appearance of strong, sturdy cheek bones and a fresh, healthier-looking face. Certainly, having prominent cheek bones to pair off with a dazzling, confident smile is now possible.
What should I know about cheek implants before and after the procedure?
|Have realistic expectations: Sensation to the cheeks may be temporarily or permanently changed by the implants. This might be a matter of concern to you, take caution.||Often there will be no scarring involved, through the intra-oral approach. There might be external scarring present through an eyelid approach, however; at the eyelid margin. Not to worry, as scars in this location are often hard to identify.|
|Psychological preparation: The procedure is performed under sedation anesthesia or general anesthesia; depending on your personal preference as well as on the technique utilized.That said, even with anesthesia - pain is to be expected, after the procedure itself.An increased volume from the cheek implant causes a feeling of “tightness”, and it will worsen right after the surgery due to the body’s natural swelling response.
There will be a period of “tightness” through an increased volume from the cheek implant – this sensation is normally worsened after surgery due to the body’s normal swelling response.
|Practical preparations: If done through intra-oral approach, a soft diet is definitely recommended till your gums have healed.Maintain light activities and keep your head elevated to resolve the swelling as soon as possible.|
Are cheek implants for me?
For many people with wide cheek bones, this does not mean that they have prominent cheek bones. Neither is it the case for Asians with high cheek bones, this does not necessarily equate to having stronger-looking cheek bones.
Besides filling you in on the things to consider before undergoing cheekbone surgery, ultimately, the decision is yours.
Korean plastic surgery is well-regarded by many, and the fact of the matter is – lots of Korean celebrities are such alluring eye-candies that one cannot help but be suspect of the matter; are their looks created through the work of god or of men? Even better, however, perhaps through the hands of men and the work of god.