The dream of youth without old age and life without dark circles, wrinkles and the imperfections that time lays on our faces, without asking us where the necessity of a branch of surgery that aims to correct imperfections, to reshape facial features starting from to the aesthetic principles, in a facial architecture that respects the unanimously accepted rules and guidelines, but, equally, to address a face with unique features.
In the field of antiaging procedures, facial features can be affected by minimally invasive interventions, thought to be as minimally traumatic as possible, with the benefit of quick recovery, interventions that will rejuvenate the face and limit the effects of premature aging.
Dr. Alina Mîtcan, specialist in plastic surgery, aesthetics and reconstructive microsurgery, tells us about cheekbone volumization interventions, state-of-the-art procedures, aimed at restoring fullness and eliminating atrophy of the cheeks due to the premature aging process.
People who want to have more volume in their cheeks or more pronounced cheekbones can resort to these procedures, with good results that bring freshness and harmony to the face.
During the first consultation, anesthesia options are discussed with patients to provide comfort during the procedure.
Cheekbone volumization procedures are performed gently, non-traumatically, with patients having the following options: local anesthesia, general anesthesia or sedation.
For a fat transfer procedure, the surgeon makes small incisions to harvest fat from either the abdomen or flank and back areas, processing it and distributing it to the cheeks. Not all of the fat will survive and the procedure may need to be repeated, but the amount that survives will remain forever as the injected fat becomes integrated into the body’s own tissue.
Injections are made on the cannula deep into the local structures. A topical anesthetic cream can be applied beforehand.
The triangle of youth and the role of volumizing the cheekbones in facial aesthetics
During recovery, patients can be helped post-procedure by the following methods:
If there are some swellings and bruises, local creams based on heparin or arnica can be applied, they will fade in a few days and disappear a maximum of 7 days after the procedure. You can keep cold (ice) locally in the first days.