What type of facial reconstruction (plastic surgery) would you recommend for a more "dimensionally proportionate" face? (photo)
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I am going to assume that you mean non-surgical options. I would recommend that you start with Kybella. It's an injectable that melts the fat under your chin and delivers more definition to the jawline. Schedule a consultation with a very experienced injector to discuss.
Plastic surgery for disproportion of facial dimensions
Thankyou for your question.
You have mentioned plastic surgery but your question is in the non surgical section, so I assume that you are asking about non surgical options from the plastic surgical arena to address your concerns.
The photographs relate to the lower half of the face and the neck. I don't see the side view of the neck but from what I do see you have a pleasing heart shaped profile to the lower face perhaps with a slightly sharper point in the chin than the average person. The profile could be improved by reducing the neck with for example cryolipolysis (cool sculpting), a more permanent solution there and by filling out the chin contour with a long lasting filler such as Juvederm voluma.
I hope that is helpful.
best wishes in the pursuit of your aesthetic goals.
Nonsurgical facelift options
1. Botox for the forehead and crow's feet
2. Perlane Lyft or Radiesse for the cheek mounds
3. Kybella to improve submental fullness for fat reduction
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Non-surgical Facelift Options
1)improving your wrinkles: Botox
2)improving your loss of volume: Radiesse
3)improving your texture: Cool Helium Plasma resurfacing.
4)improving skin looseness: VIORA REACTION radiofrequency
A consultation would be necessary to customize your treatment plan
Recommendations for more proportionate face
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