Where should I put fillers if my cheeks are very round big when I smile but when not smiling very saggy & tired looking? (photo)
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Where should I put filler.
Great question and thank you for it. In just looking at your picture I think placing a small amount of Juvederm or Voluma along the jaw just behind the chin would give you a little bit of fullness to balance face. Also a small amount fanned into the lower cheek would give you a a better transition to the jaw. Of course an in person visit would be better to fully evaluate your needs. Thanks again.
Shape with Voluma
The shape of your face can be enhanced using Voluma in 2 areas. First I would recommend placing it along the lateral part of the cheek bone to widen the cheek line and reduce the prominence in the front. Then I would use more Voluma around the chin to balance that area with your cheeks and give the face a somewhat more elongated appearance. This visually creates a "V" shape which is aesthetically beautiful.
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Where should I put fillers if my cheeks are very round big when I smile but when not smiling very saggy & tired looking?
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