Cheek filler has seen a subtle rise in popularity in recent years and it is easy to see why, clients can now achieve the sculpted cheek bones they have always wanted with a simple ‘tweakment’. Cheek enhancement treatments consist of injecting Hyaluronic Acid fillers into the cheek areas, whilst the main treatments tend to have a focus on primarily enhancing the cheekbones, cheek filler also works to correct nasolabial lines or age-related drooping.
What are the benefits of cheek Filler?
Cheek enhancement treatments such as dermal filler can have several benefits.
Volume and Plumping
As we age our collagen production begins to slow and we start to lose volume in our face. One area that is affected by this is the cheek area. This can be rectified with the use of dermal fillers to replace the volume in said area, creating a natural and youthful appearance. By re-volumizing the cheeks it helps to rebuild the face shape and redirects the focus of others’ back onto the eyes.
Many people are now opting to go under the needle to achieve the cheekbones of their dreams. Cheekbones can be enhanced with dermal fillers in as little as 30 minutes with minimal downtime and little to no complications.
Reducing nasolabial lines
These lines are also often referred to as smile lines and stretch from our nose to our mouth. With age volume is lost from this area in particular causing sagging and dropping. The use of dermal filler can smooth out these lines promoting a more youthful cheek area.
Which Dermal Filler could be used for Cheek Filler?
Most hyaluronic acid fillers with a higher viscosity can be used for cheek enhancement treatments. REVOLAX Sub-Q is recommended for cheek and facial contouring procedures as it has a complex viscosity of 280. Other industry leading brands also have dermal fillers suited to cheek filler treatments such as Juvéderm Voluma.
How long does cheek filler last?
The longevity of this treatment is mostly product dependant. With REVOLAX Sub-Q cheek bones will stay contoured for around 8-12 months after the first treatment.