What can I do to fix my face? Botox, cheek implant, fillers? (Photo)
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Facial Implants - Facial Contouring
Additionally, there have been studies that mirrored a person’s one side and flipped it to the opposite side of the face in order to create a perfectly symmetrical face. Study subjects believed the true asymmetrical face to be more attractive than the perfectly symmetrical face. It is human to be asymmetrical and our brains are wired to appreciate its beauty.
Referencing back to your photos, there are options to help satisfy your goals. Your brow can be lifted with filler or Ulthera. If a conservative non-surgical approach does not improve it to your standards, then a browlift is safe and effective procedure.
Your cheek region can definitely be augmented to achieve your image that you have provided. The non-surgical temporary options include Voluma or radiesse injections to return volume. I prefer cheek implants in my practice because they are permanent (but can be removed easily) and they can be customized to your facial contour desires. I agree with your aesthetic ideal and believe you can achieve these results.
I recommend you schedule a consultation with a board certified facial plastic & reconstructive and/or plastic surgeon.
Facial Asymmetry including brow and eyelid ptosis, cheek volume loss
Facial asymmetry of all body areas IS normal.
Thank you for sharing your photos. You have terrific facial balance and beautiful attributes. Based on these photos, please consider:
- Oculoplastics evaluation for ptosis of the left upper eyelid
- minimal amounts of Botox or filler to raise the medial left brow and outer right brow
- fillers for the medial to central cheek
- ZO Obagi Skin Health Care to manage oiliness and blemishes and facial tightening and rejuvenation.
All the best!
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Botox and Fillers such as Juvderm Voluma or Sculptra would definitely help you enhance the lost volume and the arch in the eyebrow area. Your photos were very helpful. You have great facial features and would need very little to enhance them. Please consult a board certified dermatologist with a great deal of experience with these facial injections for the best cosmetic results.
What can I do to fix my face?
Hope this helps,
In your case, I agree with the others that some Botox and filler could help rectify a few asymmetries. I would start there and worry about implants later on.
Just keep in mind that perfect symmetry is not often natural and see a board certified (abms) specialist. Good luck!
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