Cheek Reflation with Voluma
Dear beastface:Looking at your photos, you could benefit from reflation of your cheeks with the dermal filler Voluma. It will fill the hollow cheeks and give your cheeks fantastic projection and enhancement. Softening of your masseter muscles on your jawline with Botox will help with feminizing the face. Of course all of the above treatments, should be carried out by an expert injector. Hope this information helps you and wishing you treatment success.
Injectable filler (Juvederm, Voluma, Restylane, or Radiesse) or fat transfer would work well to augment your cheeks. Amount of fillers or fat needed will dependent on the patient's face. Speak to your surgeon about what is the best option for you. Laser resurfacing will help your skin texture (i.e acne scars), but will do nothing for your volume loss.
Cosmetic treatment options for hollow cheeks and manly jaws
Hollow cheeks are generally treated with injectable filler (Juvederm, Sculptra, Radiesse, Perlane, etc), fat injections, or cheek implants. Many choices available largely dependent on patient and plastic surgeon preferences, as there isn't one best option. "Manly jaws" are often due to large masseter muscles, which are usually reduced in size with Botox injections. Fractional laser doesn't help with the areas of your concern. These cosmetic treatments are performed in the office with topical or local anesthesia, except for some procedures such as cheek implants. If you haven't already, then speak with plastic surgeon to perform a comprehensive evaluation and review your options.
Nonsurgical Cheek Augmentation With Volumizing Fillers Works Well For Hollow Cheeks
From the photos, it appears that the hollow cheeks are really emphasizing the jawline and that the former, not the latter is the main issue. Happily, nonsurgical cheek augmentation with the use of volumizing fillers has become quite routine these days among experienced injectors. My choice for this purpose in my Upper East Side Manhattan practice would be a combination of Radiesse and Voluma XC. Results are immediate and typically last up to two years. In my Israel satellite facility, where a far greater number of regulatory agency approved fillers and volumizers are available, I would opt for a combination of Emervel Volume and Teosyal Deep.
I am not much of a fan of Sculptra, since it is not a filler, so it does not give an immediate improvement, requires a series of three treatment sessions, and is relatively expensive. I am also not a fan of fat injections. This, too, is typically a multistep process, requiring one procedure to withdraw the fat from the flanks, abdomen or buttocks, and the second procedure to inject it. And despite the claims that the results are permanent, one study evaluating fat transfer for mid-face volume augmentation (your area of interest) showed that less than a third of the initial volume injected remained after 1.5 years.
Seek consultation with a board certified aesthetic core physician with experience and expertise in deep support volumetry, which is the fancy way of saying a three dimensional approach to facial volumizatio using volumizing fillers n to provide proper lift, projection and light reflection for the face. Make sure to ask to see before and after photos.
Facial volume loss
This is a common complaint among young fit women. Fortunately, there are multiple options for improvement. The easiest treatment would be fillers such as Voluma or Sculptra (or both). These can be injected in the clinic with little downtime.
you have a slight negative vector in midface. and quite the hollowness in the cheek areas. someone like yourself will require a lot of filler to fill those in. Voluma is good option. if you were my patient I would consider and offer fat injections to create a foundation for your face then add Voluma if needed. in my experience that gives a better result and is rather cost effective for most patients.
I think Voluma would be a beautiful option for you. It would highlight your cheekbones, round out the hollows in your lower face and lift the lower jaw line. Even better, it's an in office procedure with no downtime unless you have a little bruising.