Cheek Fillers Singapore
Non Surgical Upper Cheek Contouring
The area of the cheek below the rims of the eyes, spreading out to the sides of the face area is an important region to augment for many older patients. As we age, the natural loss of dermal collagen, thinning of the fat pad and bone resorption will flatten the cheeks. This leads to more saggy skin, heavy jowls, sunken eyes and a downward turn of the lips. Padding the cheeks will lift the face.
The injection of cheek fillers has become a much sought-after procedure in Singapore. Filling the sunken cheek area with dermal fillers, like the hyaluronic acid filler Juvederm Voluma®, can give a natural looking and substantial improvement in the appearance of an aging face. The filler will add volume and make the jowls appear less conspicuous, by lifting the jowls up from the jawline. The injection performed by the doctor is extremely important in creating a natural look. We provide a vast range of effective cheek fillers in Singapore, so patients will rarely require cheek implant surgery.
Frequently Asked Questions - Cheek Fillers
A: Dermal fillers are soft, gel-like substances that are injected under the skin. It contains a variety of ingredients including Hyaluronic Acid (HA) that helps to keep the skin hydrated and volumized. Cheek fillers have a very low risk profile and can be modified after insertion to help you achieve your desired results. It is important to look for an experienced and qualified doctor to perform this procedure.
A: Cheek fillers are a low-risk and straightforward procedure with minimal to no downtime. After the procedure, you may experience some common side effects such as swelling, bruising, itching or redness in the area. Rest assured that these side effects usually subside after a few days.
A: Everyone is different. As we age, we tend to lose volume in our face, people who have lost volume causing their face to look droopy can consider fillers to lift those sunken areas. For individuals who are blessed with high cheekbones would be unlikely to require fillers.
A: It depends on the individual’s age and natural deficits. A doctor’s assessment is essential to determine the amount of filler needed for each individual.