Over time, skeletal changes, fat loss and collagen depletion will flatten the cheeks. This can accentuate sagging in other areas like the hollows under the eyes (tear troughs) and the jowls. A subtle but dramatic improvement can be achieved for a more appealing 3 dimensional look. This will restore balance and harmony, ensuring that the treatment is in proportion with the size and shape of face.
The most common method of restoring (or volumising) the cheeks uses dermal fillers but fat transfer can also be used. Click here if you are interested in fat transfer to the cheeks.
Dermal fillers are used to replace loss of tissue volume and restore facial contours, which occurs as we age. Fine lines and wrinkles can also be corrected and skin hydration improved.
Dermal fillers can be used at virtually any site on the face, more commonly, the cheeks, lips, nose to mouth lines (naso labial lines) and lines that run down from the corners of the mouth (marionette lines.)
There are many types of dermal fillers on the market today, permanent and non permanent. The most popular ones are Hyaluronic Acid based, Calcium Hydroxylapatite based and Polylactic Acid based. Fat transfer is also a long term option.
Mr Banwell's choice of product is the Juvederm range from Allergan. Juvederm contains Hyaluronic Acid which is a substance that occurs naturally in the body. It also contains lignocaine which is a local anaesthetic designed for the comfort of your treatment. Hyaluronic Acid is biodegradable, typically lasting between 6-12 months.
Mr Banwell and his team specialise in cheek and lip augmentation.
Please contact Mr Banwell's office on 01342 330302 or email email@example.com for further information.
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