Cheek augmentation, a type of cosmetic plastic surgery, is a procedure designed to enhance the appearance of the cheeks by adding volume and creating a more sculpted and youthful facial contour. This procedure is typically sought by individuals who desire fuller or more defined cheeks, as well as those looking to address age-related volume loss in this area.

There are several methods used for cheek augmentation, and the choice of technique depends on individual goals and the recommendations of a qualified plastic surgeon. Here are some common approaches:

Fat Grafting: In this technique, the surgeon extracts fat from another part of the patient’s body, such as the abdomen or thighs, and purifies it. The purified fat is then injected into the cheeks to add volume and contour. Fat grafting can provide long-lasting results, but some fat may be reabsorbed by the body, requiring

Cheek Implants: Cheek implants, also known as malar implants, are made of synthetic materials and come in various shapes and sizes. They are surgically implanted through small incisions in the mouth or lower eyelid area and are positioned on the cheekbones to create a fuller and more defined appearance.

Cheek Augmentation with Fat infiltration: 

Cheek Augmentation with implants: