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Achieve high cheekbones with dermal filler

high cheek bones with dermal fillers

High cheekbones are a sign of youthfulness and can draw attention towards the eyes, which is why this is a facial trait that is so highly valued. By using dermal filler, natural cheekbones can be accentuated and a higher cheekbone profile can be created. But how does this work? And what are the benefits?

What is dermal filler?

Dermal fillers are made from hyaluronic acid. This is a substance that is capable of holding onto large amounts of water, which means that when injected into the skin it can boost volume and plump skin, while also providing nourishment and hydration, allowing your skin to look younger and brighter. As a result, dermal fillers are used to accentuate areas of the face or facial features including the jawline, lips, chin and of course the cheeks. Usually, dermal fillers are used in the cheek area for one of several reasons including adding volume to under eye hollows, as well as increasing the volume or height of the cheekbones.

How can dermal filler enhance the cheekbones?

Dermal filler injected into the area around the cheekbones can help to raise and accentuate the cheekbones. This is because dermal filler adds volume to the injection area, and with careful placement dermal fillers can increase the volume of your existing cheekbones to help achieve a higher, defined, cheekbone line.

When you choose a professional aesthetic team to work with like us here at The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic we will use your entire facial profile to carefully inject dermal filler to build out your existing cheekbone contours, to gently increase the volume here, in a natural way that supports your overall facial structure. In addition, a small amount of filler will also be applied to add volume to other facial areas, to support the higher, enhanced cheekbones, and to ensure that a natural looking result is created. Making subtle changes to the overall facial structure can add more strength to important areas of the face, to support the newly created higher cheekbones and to gently alter the shape of the face.

What are the benefits of dermal filler for high cheekbones?

There are a wide range of benefits to choosing dermal fillers to enhance and increase the volume of the cheekbones. These benefits include:

· Natural looking results- every dermal filler procedure should aim to create results that are subtle and look natural with your existing face shape and structure. When you choose cheek fillers to create higher or more pronounced cheekbones, this is no different. However, surgical options for cheekbone sculpting may not emphasise the need for subtle results that complement your natural facial qualities and instead you could have high cheekbones that are at odds with your facial structure or shape.

· Non surgical treatment- dermal fillers are a non surgical treatment option that can have a dramatic and effective visual result on any face. In terms of cheek accentuation there is only one other option and that is to get surgery. This is not only more costly but also involves a hospital stay and a lot of recovery time. With cheekbone fillers this is not an issue. The downtime and recovery time is much reduced, yet the visual results and effects are just as stunning. In fact, cheek filler recovery time is only about a week, and the procedure itself is relatively painless.

Cheek fillers should only ever be injected by a qualified, registered professional, like us, here at the Skin and Wellbeing Clinic. So if you’re looking for aesthetic practitioners you can trust, get in touch today.

The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic is proud to provide professional aesthetics treatments for clients in Preston, Blackpool, Leyland, Chorley, Kirkham, Blackburn and the North West of England. Our key treatments and services include Anti Wrinkle Injections, Dermal Fillers, Laser Hair Removal, Acne Treatments, Injectable Polynucleotides, and much more.