Cheek implants

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Cheek implants Cheek implants enhance the appearance of the cheek bones, creating a fuller, more flattering cheek structure and more proportionate facial features. Both patients seeking simple aesthetic enhancement, as well as those looking to rejuvenate a sunken cheek structure, may pursue cheek implants.

Typical Minimum Cost of Cheek implants (based on national averages):
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Typical Maximum Cost of Cheek implants (based on national averages):
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National Average Cost of Cheek implants:
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Time Required for Cheek implants:
It can take about 1-2 hours to perform cheek implant surgery. Time requirements can vary, of course, depending on the extent of surgery.
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Is Cheek implants an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
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What are the Side Effects of Cheek implants?
Cheek implant side effects can include temporary bruising, swelling, and numbness. Temporary tightness of skin and restriction of chewing.
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How Long do Cheek implants results last?
Cheek implants results are usually permanent, but can depend on the material used. Revision surgery may be necessary if the cheek implants slip.
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What is the recovery time for Cheek implants?
Some swelling will be apparent after insertion of the cheek implants, recovery from which should occur over 1-2 months

If incision is placed inside the mouth, the sutures will dissolve naturally. If at the eye, they are usually removed about 4-5 days after surgery. If it was a hairline incision, the sutures are usually removed around 10 days after having the procedure.

Patients usually achieve ample enough cheek implant recovery to return to work about 1-2 weeks after surgery.
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Will my insurance company cover Cheek implants?
Because of the cosmetic nature of cheek implants, insurance does not apply.
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Is there much discomfort for Cheek implants?
With cheek implants, pain and discomfort will be moderately felt and restrictive for several days after surgery. Oral pain killers will help control this, and rest will be required.
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What types of anesthesia is necessary for Cheek implants?
For cheek implants, anesthesia of choice is usually local with sedation. General anesthesia may be opted for as well, depending on patient and surgeon preferences for safety and comfort.
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What else can I combine Cheek implants with?
For enhanced results, cheek implants may be combined with:
Chin Augmentation
Forehead Lift
Brow Lift
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What else is Cheek implants referred to as?
Cheek augmentation. Cheek lift. Cheek surgery.
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