I was looking to improve my imbalanced facial features and 'tired appearance'? (Photos)
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Options for facial enhancements with lower third facial fullness
- Well balanced facial "thirds"
- relatively thin straight nose
- unlined forehead and eyes with high brows
- full lips and balanced chin
- thin neck without muscle prominence.
- even skin coloring and well textured skin without acne, large pores nor blemishes
- I like your idea of a blepharoplasty because of the very long brow to eyelid distance; botox (by a experienced and skilled injector may improve this as well).
- Cheek fill will definitely rebalance the cheek to jaw width concern (again using a talented injector). Depending on your masseter volume, Botox may reduce this as well. Micro-lipocontouring has served me well many times for lower cheek and jowl fullness and the fat may be used as fat graft to the cheeks. Your may option for a "structural" filler such as Radiesse on the cheek bone and / or "volumizing" filler such as Restylane and Juvederm for soft tissue filling and widening.
- Skin rejuvenation toward continued skin tightening with ZO Skin Health by a Certified Team.
Fillers and botox
I was looking to improve my imbalanced facial features and 'tired appearance'?
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Botox and fillers
I think you are definitely being hard on yourself. You have some very nice facial features; for example, your full lips. I would consider a combination treatment with Botox and fillers to help contour your face. Juvederm Voluma into the midface (cheeks) and chin and Botox injection into the masseters will help make your face more oval. Some filler could also be placed in the tear troughs to help with the dark circles. I recommend seeing an experienced injector for an in-person consultation.
Minimally invasive is the best approach
Thanks for the photos. I think conservative filler injections to the tear troughs, cheek and chin in combination with a light Botox treatment would achieve a natural looking, pretty result. I'd avoid surgery - I don't think it's necessary. Best of luck.
Chin Implant and Injectables
Hello and thank you for your question. I think that a chin implant, which can be placed thru a nearly invisible incision, would balance your lower face nicely, especially the side profile. This would also likely soften the appearance of your masseter muscles and narrow the chin. I think that a HA filler into the tear troughs and upper cheeks would improve the "tired appearance". You would need to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon about the blepharoplasty; you don't appear to have an excess of skin on the upper or lower eyelids, but this can be tough to see from pictures. Good luck!
Dear Patient, First of all thank you very much for the question. As plastic surgeon I would like to suggest you to get a Face Lipofilling. The procedure is very simple: your own fat will be taken with liposuction and it will be injected to your zygoma bone area and chin bone area for to make a perfect shape of your face. This procedure will help your face to have more feminine amazing lines. Since you do have limited PTO, you will return to your normal social life after 1 week, face will be swollen. Also Botox treatment can be done for your forehead areas wrinkles if you an active user of mimics.I do not recommend you to have a blepharoplasty since you do not have any problems with eyelids.You have beautiful form of lips so you do not need any improvement there also.Good luck with your decisions and greetings from Istanbul, TT.
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