What To Expect During a facial implant procedure?

If your facial features have become less defined over time, you’re not alone. It’s a common problem that results from skin laxity due to aging, and leads to the loss of youthful facial contours, but facial implants are a great way to restore the facial structure. But what should you expect during a facial implant procedure.

What is facial implant surgery
Facial implant surgery involves the use of facial implants to augment the structure of the face,creating better facial angles and contours. These implants are typically made from safe, synthetic material such as silicone, which usually does not cause any tissue reaction in the body.

The cheeks and jaws are two of the areas that are usually augmented with facial implants, in order to correct sagging cheeks and jowls. Chin implants are also used to improve a recessed or weak chin.

What To Expect During a facial implant procedure?
A facial implant procedure is done on an outpatient basis under local or general anesthesia. Implants for the cheeks, jaw, and chin, can all be placed through incisions made inside the mouth. However, there are cases in which other incisions may be recommended.

Pockets are usually made during surgery to fix the facial implants in position. After the implants are placed in the desired area of the face, the incisions are closed using stitches or absorb able sutures that remain in place for 1-2 weeks.There is generally some swelling and bruising after surgery that can last for several weeks.

Are you ready to improve your facial definition with facial implants? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the New York, NY area, Specialty Aesthetic Surgery is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.specialtyaestheticsurgery.com, or by calling 212-737-8700.

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