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Cheek Lift

Nonsurgical Cheek Lift Techniques. Cheek Thread Lift vs Filler

Cheek lift refers to a variety of surgical and non-surgical treatment options. Each approach has advantages and disadvantages, and which one you choose will be determined by several factors. For example, cheek fillers or a cheek thread lift are two options for a cheek lift without surgery. In comparison, surgical cheek lifting techniques include cheek implants, fat transfer, or a full facelift.

Because we offer non-surgical cheek lifts, we’ll focus on the who, when, and why of cheek enhancement vs cheek lifts rather than surgical cheek lifts. We’ll go over the following points to help you understand who might opt for a cheek thread lift over a cheek filler or a surgical cheek lift. In addition, our doctors offer a free consultation, which is a more in-depth evaluation to help you decide which, if any, treatment options to pursue.

Cheek Enhancement vs. Cheek Lift

Dermal fillers are used to enhance the appearance of facial features in a procedure known as cheek enhancement. When there is no significant mid-face volume loss, a cheek enhancement can be performed on women or men of any age. On the other hand, the term cheek lift refers to restoring lost midface volume in older people.

What Are the Benefits of a Cheek Lift?

Our cheeks are naturally fuller when we are young, and this is associated with beauty. This volume, however, decreases over time, making us appear drawn or tired even when we are not. A cheek lift is a procedure that involves lifting plumpness back into a more youthful position. Non-surgical midface thread lifts and dermal fillers, as well as surgical facelifts or cheek implants, are all options for a cheek lift.

Glamourising Cheek Fillers

Cheek Fillers are non-surgical cheek implants that can restore youthful volume or add definition to the midface. Other facial contouring procedures, such as lip fillers, undereye fillers 1., and anti-wrinkle treatments, are frequently combined with cheek fillers.

Cheek Lift, Restoration, or Enhancement with Dermal Fillers

  1. Filler for Lifting the Cheeks in Older Clients.

Most cheek enhancement procedures aim to restore the face for a more youthful appearance by replacing volume that has naturally been lost over time. Dermal fillers are the best treatment option for many people.

  1. Using Cheek Fillers to Restore Volume After Weight Loss.

Some people notice that their face, particularly the cheek area, loses fullness after losing weight. Dermal fillers can help restore volume and balance your facial appearance.

  1. Using Cheek Fillers to Glamourize Younger People.

For younger people, cheek enhancement entails sculpting more defined cheekbones or the arc of beauty parallel to the jawline. If your face lacks definition naturally, cheek fillers can help you achieve a more glamorous appearance.

Thread Lifts, Fillers, or Surgery to Lift the Cheeks.

The term “cheek lift” refers to a variety of surgical and non-surgical treatment options. Each approach has advantages and disadvantages, and which one you choose will be determined by several factors:

  1. How natural you want the outcome to appear.
  2.  How much improvement do you want to see?
  3.  The amount of downtime you’ll have.

Cheek Thread Lift

Facial threads are quickly gaining popularity because they allow you to achieve more dramatic lifting without the downtime that comes with surgery. Lifting threads are most commonly used for a jowl lift to create a more defined jawline. Mid-face thread lift procedures help restore youthful fullness by lifting the facial volume and raising the cheek volume. To achieve the best results, cheek injections are frequently combined with threads. 2. As a result, you must factor this into your overall budget. Our doctors will examine your face and determine which treatment options are best for you. Compared to a surgical facelift, the cost and downtime are significantly lower.

Cheek Lift Surgery

A surgical approach can provide the most dramatic cheek lift for advanced ageing. However, because a surgical cheek lift does not restore volume, you will need to replace it with fat transfer or cheek fillers to achieve a natural result.

Fat transfer, cheek implants, and facelift surgery are some of the surgical options. Cheek implants are no longer used, and dermal fillers have taken their place. All surgical cheek lift procedures are more expensive, have a longer recovery time, and require more downtime. However, for advanced ageing, surgery may be the only option for achieving adequate results.

Summary:

A cheek lift is a procedure that involves lifting plumpness back into a more youthful position. Dermal fillers are non-surgical cheek implants that can restore youthful volume or add definition to the midface. Other facial contouring procedures, such as lip fillers and anti-wrinkle treatments, are frequently combined with cheek fillers. Thread lifts, injections, or surgery can all be used to lift the cheeks. Dermal fillers can help restore volume and balance your facial appearance. Cheek Facial threads are gaining popularity because they allow you to achieve more dramatic results without downtime with surgery.

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References

1. Tung R, Ruiz de Luzuriaga AM, Park K, et al. Brighter eyes: combined upper cheek and tear trough augmentation: a systematic approach utilizing two complementary hyaluronic acid fillers. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology: JDD. 2012 Sep;11(9):1094-1097. PMID: 23135653.

2. El-Mesidy, M.S., Alaklouk, W.T. & Azzam, O.A. Nasolabial fold correction through cheek volume loss restoration versus thread lifting: a comparative study. Arch Dermatol Res 312, 473–480 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00403-019-02031-7

 
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