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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How you can add dimension to a flat face...
First and foremost, I think you have a very nice face - but, if you’d like to further enhance some of your features, this can certainly be accomplished.
I would recommend dermal fillers to add volume where you think it is lacking. This might be in the cheeks if you feel they are flat, and extending up along the cheekbones. You may also benefit from some light filling in the tear-trough area to reduce the appearance of seeming “tired”. Some subtle plumping to the lips is often something my patients enjoy, too. Depending on your profile view, I may also recommend injecting the chin and along the contour of the jawline to strengthen those features.
As always, be sure to choose a practice that will offer a thorough consultation prior to treatment to determine your needs, goals and appropriate type of dermal filler.
Adding dimension to your face
Yes you can definitely use dimension to your face using facial fillers. I would recommend slowly building to get the exact dimension you are looking for!
Best of luck!
Sometimes no fillers or botox or lasers are needed and I tell my NYC patients when they don't need facial rejuvenation
Without examining patients in person, looking at a two dimensional photograph does not allow a physician to make accurate diagnoses and I would not be able to make the best recommendation. From looking at your very young face in this photograph, I see aesthetically pleasing proportions of the convex curvatures of the cheekbones, no atrophy or wasting of volume. Smile folds and marionette lines are common with smiling and looking natural is as important for an actor or actress as plumping up their face.
When skin starts to lose tightness, even before the skin shows sagging, then some facial tightening procedures can help maintain one's youthfulness and I suggest in my NYC practice, for many patients who are in this stage, a series of radiofrequency energy treatments such as ThermiSmooth, or one Ultherapy treatment or Thermage. When skin shows its sagging, then more intense Ultherapy treatments, or minimally invasive ThermiTight and Instaflift suture lifting procedures can be done but the latter two procedures have some downtime (although it is much less with InstaLift).
When there is volume loss in temples, cheeks, lips and other facial areas, then fillers of different thicknesses, meant for different depths of placement, are recommended.
Botox helps lines that are related to muscle movement, and it is especially important for actors to avoid havimg an inexperienced provider over-botoxing their face creating an emotionless mask.
My aesthetic goal is to provide natural looking results, not have my patients spend money on procedures they don't need and to tell patients when they don't need anything yet. This type of recommendation only can be made after an in-person examination, when I view my patients from different angles, and observe their facial contours and lines at rest and with movement.
Subtle corrections with small amounts of fillers can create beautiful and significant results in some patients. Finesse and an artistic eye is critical when a provider treats a person's face that needs minimal improvement.
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Dimension to face
I would recommend seeing a board certified facial plastic surgeon or board certified dermatologist who has extensive experience in facial fillers - you can make very nice enhancements to your mid and lower face to give you the added dimension that you are looking for! Best of luck and I hope this helps!
Enhancing the face
Thank you for the question and photo. For a natural, but enhanced look I would recommend use of dermal fillers in the appropriate areas, starting in the cheeks and working downwards towards the chin and lip area. Remember less is more. best of luck.
What makes for a great actress
Voluma and Perlane, and the non-HA fillers, such as Radiesse Plus
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