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Implant Design Considerations for the High Cheekbone Look

Creating the high cheekbone look using an implant currently requires a special design to do so. Such a look is based on the natural shape and convexity of the complete zygomatic bone which includes both its main body as well as posterior arch component. There are no standard cheek implants that have yet been designed Read More…

Custom Brow Bone Implants for Men

One distinct male feature is the of a prominent brow bone at the lower end of the forehead. It is one of many facial features that distinguishes males from females. It extends over the eyes with a horizontal projection, has a brow bone break before heading up into the forehead and has a slight glabellar Read More…

Volumetric Assessment of Before and After Buccal Lipectomy Procedures

The buccal lipectomy is a well known cheek reductive contouring procedure. For those patients with fuller cheeks and rounder faces, it is an obvious target to create some facial slimming effects. Done through several intraoral incisional options, it is easy to access underneath the buccinator muscle. What can be removed can be impressive but, given Read More…

The Inferior Border Shave in Lower Facial Asymmetry Correction

Facial asymmetry is common and can be caused by a wide variety of causes. But many facial asymmetries occur naturally, it is just the way the face developed. Given the complex embryological creation of a face it is a wonder that the two sides of the face ever get as closely matched in most people Read More…

Basic Concepts of Chin Reshaping Surgery

Like the nose, the chin is a major component of the facial profile. Surgically more rhinoplasties are performed for aesthetic facial improvements than chin reshaping procedures. But this speaks more to the combined functional and complex aesthetic deformities caused by the nose compared to the isolated aesthetic effects of the chin which is structurally simpler Read More…

Material Options for Aesthetic Forehead Augmentation

One of most common forms of forehead reshaping surgery is augmentation of the brow ridges and frontal bone. Many more women than men historically undergo forehead augmentation surgery, most likely because of hairline and hair density issues. But some men still have the procedure as they value the improvement of their frontal skull/forehead shape as Read More…

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