Will Cheek Bone Implant Surgery Make the Soft Tissues on the Cheek Bone Sag?
Some doctors say that the surgery on cheek bones, no matter it is for cheek bone reduction or augmentation, will cause the fat and soft tissues on the cheek bones to drop to the lower part of the face and therefore make the face look older, which is the inevitable result of the separation of the cheek bones and the soft tissues on them. I want to know if it is true? Do all the patients who have had cheek bone implant surgery to make their cheek bones higher look older than before the surgery?
Falling of cheek soft tissue after malar surgery
Cheek implant will not make soft tissue sag
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