What are some options for filling in dents in the cheek?

Fillers, the YoungLift, Fat Injections, Cheek Implants are options for those areas.  Having experience in augmenting areas such as this is important.  Facial Fillersare temporary (restylane, juvederm, perlane, cosmoderm) but can be a way to fill in those dents and a good way to assess whether volume can help.  Fat injections are a long term possibility to augment that area.  If the fat survives after 6 months it is likely to last for years.

I refined an amazing volumizing procedure called “the YoungLift”. This is an innovative technique that volumizes your face to bring out the younger and natural you without looking like you had something done. This is not a facelift and requires no incisions. Only pinpoint puncture sites are used and these heal imperceptibly. The YoungLift can be done without general anesthesia and without drains, and large bandages. You also have sometimes a lot less downtime and discomfort compared with traditional facelift procedures. I employ the very best techniques from around the world into one volumizing procedure and I use my internationally acclaimed understanding of facial beauty to create the youthful volume you once had. In your case, the Younglift could help fill in the dents that you are concerned about.

Cheek implants (cheek augmentation / cheek lift / cheek filling / cheek enhancement) are another way of augmenting the cheek but in your case would not be a good option.  Your dent is mostly a superficial element and would require something placed in a superficial manner.

Thanks for reading, Dr Young

Dr Young specializes in Facial Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery and is located in Bellevue near Seattle, Washington

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