They look very sunken in and worst of all I get this line around my lips that stands out almost like a chimpanzees mouth. What can I do to diminish the lines and even out my cheeks. I figured fillers would be the best option, but which filler or what other options do I have? (It's much more noticeable in person)
I've noticed the past few years almost as if my cheeks lost some volume, cheek fillers? (photo)
Doctor Answers 9
Thank you for your photos! Your issue seems to be that you have a very thin face but very full and youthful appearing lips. I suspect that you have always had a relatively thin face and as we get older we really don't get to choose where we are going to loose or gain fat. Unfortunately, the face is the first to go! Fillers are an excellent option. I would start with a hyaluronic acid product with larger particles and higher G prime (your injector should know these well). Avoid placing filler in the nasolabial folds in your face as that will contribute to the Chimpanzee look you mentioned.
Yes you could use Cheek Filler
I would recommend Voluma to enhance your cheeks. It tends to lift the face below the injections and is said to last 2 years. Best Wishes, Maurice Vick MD
Cheek volume loss
Its very difficult to evaluate the area of concern on these pics but over all the options are to add volume by fillers or decrease the space with treatment s like ultherapy which stimulates the collagen and actually gives you the tightening and lifting effect. this way the space is actually reduced so you don't need much fillers. Good luck.
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Loss of volume in the cheek area
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It is difficult to assess your face from these pictures. I like to examine the face during animation, as well as in several positions (i.e. holding chin down towards neck). From what I can see, it does look as though you have volume loss in your midface (cheek & cheekbone areas). This is normal as we age. The filler I prefer for this area is Voluma, which fills and lifts. Voluma usually lasts about 15-18 months and looks and feels very natural. I generally use a thin filler, such as Volbella, for the fine lines around the lips.
I recommend that you have a consultation with a physician who is experienced in aesthetic medicine and especially in the injection of fillers. They can examine your face and explain what your best options are.
Best of luck to you.
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