How, surgically or non-surgically, can I add dimension to my face. I want to be an actress and it's a very vein profession so I have to look my best thanks!
How to Add Dimension to a Flat Face?
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Voluma and Perlane, and the non-HA fillers, such as Radiesse Plus
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Voluma will give volume to your mid-face
Adding dimension to the face
There are various options to add dimension to the face. Non operatively, one can use various fillers, (juvederm, sculptra, restylane, etc). This is a good place to start. More invasively, there are facial implants that are put in surgically. Best to see a board certified plastic surgeon or otolaryngologist, (ENT).
Fillers such as Juvederm & Radiesse as well as Sculptra are a great place to start
There are several good products to add more dimension to the face. Each has its own characteristics, and is sometimes used in combination with others..
Strictly speaking, Sculptra is not a filler - it stimulates you to produce your own filler (collagen).
We have seen very nice subtle facial enhancements with all of these products.
Adding facial dimension
Probably the best place to start with improving facial dimension is with the use of fillers such as restylane, perlane, juvederm or radiesse. Injection of these fillers into the cheeks and chin can very much improve upon a flat face. The nice part is that you can go slowly with fillers so that improvements are gradual and not obvious, and if at any point you were not happy with a filler, then there is an antidote (hyaluronidase) for the hyaluronic acid fillers (like juvederm or restylane/perlane). Best to speak with an expert such as dermatologist who is highly trained in injectable fillers, and appreciates beauty, symmetry and proportions while knowing anatomy to minimize any risks.
Options for adding dimension to a flat face
There are a number of good options for adding dimension to a flat face. These include injectable fillers such as hyaluronic acid fillers (Restylane, Juvederm, Perlane) as well as other fillers such as Radiesse and Sculptra. One's own fat can be processed and used as a filler as well. Other surgical options include silastic implants for the cheeks, chin,and nose. In more extreme cases, the facial bones can be cut and repositioned to change facial dimensions.
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