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The Use of The Ogee Curve In Custom Cheek Implants Design

The Ogee curve is a well known aesthetic concept that is frequently applied in volumetric cheek augmentation. The cheek is a rather ambiguous facial area that defies specific linear dimensions that are typically used in facial areas such as the chin. In the front and side views the impact of the cheek is hard to Read More…

The Extended High Cheek Implant for an Enhanced Midface Effect

Cheek augmentation has a long history and traditionally could only be done by an implant. Today injectable filler and fat are less invasive options but their permanency and desired shape outcomes are not assured. While implants still offer a permanent augmentation effect, their effects are limited to the implant shapes that are commercially available. Many Read More…

The Arch Extension Concept in Contemporary Cheek Implants

Cheek implants have been used for over three decades as an elective form of aesthetic midface augmentation. While known and sought after the different styles of cheek implants primarily augment the main body of the cheekbone known as the zygoma or malar eminence. This is appropriate given that the fundamental concept is to augment the Read More…

Cheekbone Widening Osteotomies in Cheek Augmentation

Cheek augmentation is most commonly done  by onlay augmentation. A wide variety of cheek implants exist to achieve almost every type of cheek dimensional in increase. And if a standard cheek implant cam meet the patient’s aesthetic midface needs, custom cheek implants can be designed for even the most exotic cheek augmentation change. But some Read More…

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