Cheek fillers are injections that can help restore lost volume, smooth out wrinkles and fine lines, and create a more defined bone structure. Dermal fillers are FDA-approved injectable substances that are injected into the cheekbone area to provide a youthful look. The areas that can be treated with cheek fillers include the lower edge of the eye socket, the nasolabial folds, and a line that extends from the corner of the mouth to the ear canal. Biostimulators are another type of dermal filler that can be used on the cheekbone to improve projection.
These fillers are not as common as hyaluronic acid fillers, but they are irreversible and require several sessions to see results. The results of biostimulators last longer than those of HA-based fillers. Dermal fillers can also be used to diminish the appearance of scars and improve facial contours. Botox injections can also be used in conjunction with dermal fillers to reduce wrinkles and fine lines.
The cost of cheek fillers depends on the type of product used, the expected results, and the amount of filler needed. The duration of the effects of dermal fillers depends on the product, the treatment area, and the patient. When it comes to dermal filler injections, it is important to choose an experienced professional who is knowledgeable about the different types of products available and their potential risks. Proper preparation is also important in order to minimize recovery time and increase safety.
Good candidates for a dermal-filled cheek lift are those patients who want to contour their cheeks with greater definition.