Cheek Lift

As we age, collagen production slows and our cheeks lose volume. This can cause a tired or droopy appearance underneath the eyes. The collagen loss may also cause sagging of the jaw line as well as more prominent nasolabial folds.

Cheek Lift Surgical Procedure
Cheek Lifts are often done in conjunction with a facelift or lower eyelid surgery. It improves the volume in the cheek by repositioning the fat pad over the cheek bone. The procedure also helps restore the contour of the corner of the mouth and erases nasolabial folds.

This procedure is performed under general anesthesia. Many of our patients return to normal activity in about one to two weeks and full activity in four to six weeks.

Non-Surgical Cheek Lift
A Non-Surgical Cheek Lift may be indicated for patients with mild aging and wrinkles. This involves using a filler to retain volume to give a rejuvenated and youthful look.

Cheeklift FAQ

Am I a good candidate for a Facelift?A Facelift corrects sagging skin in the midface, jawline, and neck. This procedure will remove and redrape the skin of your face and neck, and tighten excess tissue and muscle. Replacing lost or displaced volume which create nasolabial folds, jowls, marionette lines or a double chin.
What can I expect?A facelift can create a younger version of you, looking 10 to 15 years younger. It is the best procedure to recontour your jawline and neck. On average a facelift will last 10 or more years.
Where are the incisions?Incisions are usually around the ear and sometimes involve the hairline. Short scar or limited incision facelifts have a much smaller scar then traditional facelifts. Incision are well placed, hidden and blend into areas natural creases of your skin.
What downtime can I expect?Incisions will heal and fade overtime. Most patients experience swelling and mild bruising for 1 -2 weeks. At 2 weeks, patient resume everyday activities and by 6 weeks they resume a full exercise regimen.

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