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Cheek Fillers Brisbane

cheek injections & threads for a cheek lift or enhancement.

Cheek & Lower Face Filler
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Cheek Filler & Lips
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Cheek Fillers, Jawline & Chin

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Cheek fillers can be used for cheek enhancement or a cheek lift. A cheek enhancement involves cheek injections to glamourise facial features and can be performed in young women or less young women, whereas a cheek lift refers to restoring lost midface volume in less young clients. Cheek filler is often combined with other facial contouring treatments.

When we are young, our cheeks naturally have more fullness. Over time this volume decreases in women and men and can lead us to look tired even when we are not. A cheek lift is, as it sounds, lifting plumpness back into a more youthful position for rejuvenation. Techniques for cheek lift include midface thread lift, cheek injections, surgical facelift or surgical cheek implants.

Cheek Fillers for Glamourising or Rejuvenation

Fillers can be viewed as non-surgical cheek implants for restoring youthful volume and glamorising the face with more definition.

Who Is Suitable for Cheek Fillers?

Cheek enhancement is for women and men who want more defined cheeks.
1. Cheek filler for less young people. Most cheek augmentation is to rejuvenate the face for a more youthful look, filling volume that has been lost over time naturally.
2. Cheek filler to restore volume after weight loss. Some people find after weight loss that their face loses fullness. Restoring this volume using a non-surgical cheek implant can help balance your appearance.
3. Cheek filler for younger people. For younger people, cheek augmentation is about creating more well-defined cheekbones. That is parallel to your jawline is an arc of beauty. If your face naturally has less definition, a non-surgical cheek implant can help you achieve a more glamourise look.

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Cheek Lift with Threads, Cheek Injections or Surgery

The term cheek lift or cheek augmentation is used for various treatment options, both surgical and non-surgical. There are pro’s and con’s for each approach, and what you choose will depend on several factors:

  • including how natural you want the outcome to look, the degree of improvement you desire
  • how much downtime you will experience.

Facial Thread For Cheek Lift

Facial threads are a rapidly growing treatment because you can achieve more dramatic lifting and rejuvenation without the downtime associated with surgery.  Several Aptos thread lift procedures allow lifting of the facial volume. The threads are absorbable and help raise the cheek volume to restore more youthful fullness.  Aptos threads are revolutionary and can help with a wide range of facial rejuvenation and lifting.

Often cheek injections are used in combination with threads to achieve optimal results. The cost and downtime are considerably less than a surgical facelift.

Call to book on 3350 5447 to book a free assessment with our Doctors to discover if cheek fillers or Aptos thread lifting is a more appropriate choice for you, or email any questions.

Surgical Approach to Cheek Lift

Surgery can provide the most dramatic cheek lift for advanced aging. You will still require volume replacement in the form of fat transfer or cheek fillers to achieve a natural result, as a surgical cheek lift does not restore volume. With surgery, you need to factor in the risk and downtime associated with surgery.

What Treatments are Combined with Cheekbone Filler?

Combination treatments are common for face contouring.   The combination varies depending on what you wish to achieve. In younger women, cheekbone fillers are commonly paired with lip fillers or jawline fillers. However, if you want to make a more oval face, the cheekbone filler will be combined with face slimming injections.

Dermal Cheek Filler Treatment- FAQ

We offer a free consultation at the outset, so you can find out what is involved with dermal fillers for cheeks.

You meet with one of our lady Doctors and have all your questions answered.
They will assess how much dermal cheek fillers are required and provide an accurate quote.
They will also go over what to expect during and after the treatment.

How Soon Do I See the Results after a Cheek Filler?

As with all fillers, you will have an immediately noticeable effect. The full results of the cheek injections, however, developed over two to four weeks.

How Long Do Cheek Fillers Last?

We expect you will require a top-up at 12 months after your first dermal cheek fillers. (This is usually half the volume of the first cheek enhancement). It is individual, though, and it is not until we have treated you that we will know how long it lasts. The cheek injections impact how long the treatment lasts. Some cheek fillers cost less but may not last as long.

How Long Does Cheek Filler Treatment Take?

The procedure takes about 30 – 45 minutes.

What Is The Down Time With Cheek Enhancement?

Swelling is minimal, and bruising with dermal cheek fillers is rare. However, you must expect with all filler treatments that there is the possibility of both. Factor in the timing of your treatment so there is no crucial events for two weeks. Most women feel comfortable leaving the clinic and return to normal life.

Dermal Cheek Fillers Cost

How much and which filler is required determines the cost. It varies from $580 to $1999. We offer a free consultation with our Doctors first to get an accurate assessment and quote.

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Cheek & Lip Filler
*results are individual

*results are individual

Immediately after treatment
*results are individual

Immediately after treatment
*results are individual

What Is Involved In Cheek Augmentation?

Our Doctors and Nurse will run through the entire treatment and what to expect during and after your cheek augmentation. The cheek fillers cost less if our Nurses perform the procedure. (Doctor supervised clinic)

Do Cheek Fillers Hurt?

There is minor discomfort associated with the treatment—Cannulas used for Cheeks filler injections. The cannula is threaded to where the volume is required after local anaesthetic to numb the area. The dermal filler used for cheek augmentation does contain a local anaesthetic, so as it is injected, it helps with comfort.

What Are Side Effects Of Cheek Enhancement?

As will all filler treatment, there are side effects. The common ones with cheek augmentation include swelling, bruising and discomfort afterwards.
The risk of infection is small but possible. We ask you not to touch your face afterwards, avoid makeup and skincare.
There are some more serious possible side effects, and our Doctor will go through this at the time of consultation so you can make informed consent.

Surgical vs. Non-Surgical Cheek Implants

Non-surgical cheek fillers have largely replaced surgical cheek implants. Filler treatment creates a temporary soft implant. Surgical vs. non-surgical approaches vary in cost, downtime, the risk involved, longevity and efficiency. The non-surgical approach has almost entirely replaced surgical cheek implants.

Not only can treatment be performed without surgery, the downtime and risks associated with this. Because it is temporary, the filler cheek implant can be refreshed to give you a more natural look.

Another significant factor is cost. Cheek fillers cost much less than surgical cheek implants.

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