September 7, 2023
When it comes to enhancing both the side and front of the facial profile, cheek implants offer a lasting solution that stands as an excellent alternative to cheek fillers. In this blog post, we explore the world of cheek and cheekbone implants, who can benefit from them, the advantages they bring, and how they contribute to a rejuvenated and youthful facial appearance.
In Wesley Chapel, Tampa, triple board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Raj Ambay combines surgical skill with cosmetic artistry to restore volume and sculpt cheek and cheekbone contours.
Cheek implants are a remarkable option for people seeking a more pronounced and harmonious facial profile. The ideal candidates may include:
The benefits of cheek implants are as varied as the candidates they cater to:
Wondering how cheek implants are placed? The procedure involves making incisions inside the mouth or through an existing incision, such as one made during a lower eyelid lift. This approach ensures no visible marks on the outside of your face. Once the implants are positioned and secured, you’ll experience minimal discomfort during recovery, which typically lasts only a few days.
Cheek and cheekbone implants offer a safe, permanent, and transformative solution to enhance your facial features. Whether you seek to correct asymmetry, mitigate loss of volume in cheeks, or restore youthful contours, these implants provide a long-lasting answer that can boost your confidence and redefine your appearance. Want to learn more? Check out Dr. Ambay’s YouTube video on cheek implants if you’d like to learn more about the before and afters of surgery.
Dr. Ambay is a triple board-certified plastic surgeon who specializes in cosmetic surgery of the face and body. He performs a wide range of aesthetic treatments at his Florida practice.
Triple Board-certified plastic surgeon
Most importantly a surgeon who truly cares and takes pride in his work
Advanced technology and surgical technique
Highest standard of precision and care
Awarded the President’s Award from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons