I Have a Quarter Size Indentation in the Mid-cheek After a Facelift/fat Transfer 1 Month Ago. What Can Be Done to Correct It?
- Asked by Scruffles
- 1 year ago
I am 1 month post-op from a short-scar vertical facelift and full face fat transfer. Initially, there were two large lumps on one side of my face that I could feel. The larger lump was in the upper cheek area, then about a 1/2 inch space and a smaller lump below. My face was rather large from the swelling and now that the swelling is gone, my face is so much thinner and I see an indentation between the two lumps. Will this correct over time?
Indentation on the Face after Fat Grafting and Facelift
At one month, this may improve to some degree. If after 3 months this is still an issue, fat can be grafted into the defect.
Indentation after a facelift
You ar in the very early stages of healing and these type of irregularities are common. I will surely improves and if not completely, your plastic surgeon has many way to improve it.
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