Cheek Hollows Treatment at New Medical Spa
At New Medical Spa, we understand the impact that facial contours can have on your overall appearance. Our Cheek Hollows Treatment is designed to address concerns related to hollow or sunken cheeks, helping you achieve a youthful and vibrant look. As we age, factors like volume loss, subcutaneous fat reduction, and changes in bone structure can contribute to the appearance of hollow cheeks. Our expert practitioners are dedicated to rejuvenating your appearance using the latest in aesthetic treatments.
Causes of Hollowed Cheeks Appearance:
Hollow cheeks, often referred to as sunken or hollowed cheeks, can result from various factors that affect facial volume and structure. Understanding these causes is essential for exploring effective solutions like dermal fillers and other treatments to restore a youthful and balanced appearance.
Aging and Volume Loss
As we age, our skin’s production of collagen and elastin decreases, leading to a loss of skin elasticity and firmness. This, combined with a reduction in subcutaneous fat and facial volume, can result in hollowed cheeks.
Significant weight loss can lead to a loss of facial fat, including the subcutaneous fat that contributes to plump and youthful cheeks. This can cause a sunken appearance and contribute to the hollowing of the cheeks.
Changes in Bone Structure
Changes in bone density and structure over time can affect the way our skin and soft tissues sit on our face. Bone resorption can lead to a more pronounced hollowing of the cheeks.
Genetics play a role in facial features, including cheekbone prominence and the distribution of fat and volume in the face. Some individuals may naturally have more prominent cheekbones, while others may be more predisposed to hollow cheeks.
Unhealthy lifestyle habits, such as smoking and excessive sun exposure, can accelerate the breakdown of collagen and elastin in the skin. This can contribute to sagging skin and the appearance of hollow cheeks.
Hyaluronic Acid Loss
Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance in our bodies that helps maintain moisture and volume in the skin. With age, hyaluronic acid levels decrease, leading to volume loss and hollowed cheeks.
Cheek Hollows Treatment Bullet Points
Restore volume and fullness to hollow cheeks.
Rejuvenate the appearance by targeting sunken areas.
Utilize advanced techniques and dermal fillers for natural-looking results.
Enhance facial contours and symmetry for a balanced, youthful look.
Treatments Offered at New Medical Spa
Why Choose Our Aging Treatment Service
Unlock a more confident version of yourself with our Aging Treatment services. Our Cheek Hollows Treatment, in particular, offers a personalized approach to restoring lost volume and enhancing your natural beauty. With our expert practitioners and cutting-edge techniques, we aim to turn back the clock and help you look as youthful as you feel.
Cheek Hollows Treatment Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to heal from cheek hollow filler treatment?
Recovery time varies, but many clients return to their normal routines within a few days. Complete healing may take a couple of weeks.
How can I fix hollow lower cheeks without surgery?
Our Cheek Hollows Treatment offers a non-surgical solution using advanced dermal fillers, effectively restoring volume and enhancing your cheeks’ appearance.
At what age do people typically start developing cheek bones and hollow cheeks?
The development of cheekbones and hollow cheeks varies among individuals, often becoming more noticeable as the effects of aging and volume loss become apparent.
How do dermal fillers address sunken cheeks?
Dermal fillers, containing hyaluronic acid, are skillfully injected to restore lost volume in the cheeks, effectively addressing the sunken appearance and enhancing your facial contours.
Are the results of these treatments permanent?
While the longevity of results varies, most treatments provide noticeable improvements that can last several months to a couple of years. Maintenance sessions can help sustain the effects over time.