Sunken cheeks will often develop through ageing, lifestyle, illness or weight loss. When a person is affected by this concern they don’t often have much fatty tissue in their mid-face, which causes the cheeks to appear sucked in, flat or ‘sunken’. This concern can affect men and women, usually more so as they get older, often feeling like their appearance is older or harsher than they would like.
Ageing can lead to sunken cheeks through the natural loss of volume in both the skin and underlying tissues. Smoking, along with a poor diet and alcohol consumption, can accelerate this process and enhance the effects of volume loss, leading to sunken cheeks developing earlier than preferred. Fatty deposits will also decline with age, as well as descend to the lower face, with both these aspects being key to the face losing its plump and rounded look.
Although dieting and exercising can have positive effects on your health and well-being, they will assist in the loss of subcutaneous fat in the face – particularly in the area between the cheekbones and the jaw.
Other lifestyle factors that contribute to volume loss and sunken cheeks can include: smoking, poor diet, lack of hydration, lack of sleep and environment / weather conditions.
Sunken cheeks is a concern that can easily be improved at The Facebible. Our experts will conduct a full and thorough consultation, prior to treatment, which will determine the right approach based on your individual condition and expectations.
Cheek sculpting is carried out through the application of dermal fillers. According to the structure of your face, a smooth gel is administered at specific points to help volumize the skin and create a firmer, more lifted look.
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