Cheek Reduction Procedure
After general anesthesia is administered (you are put to sleep), a very small incision is made inside of your mouth opposite the upper molar teeth on both sides. The buccal fat pads are then simply and quickly removed from inside of the mouth and the tiny incision used to remove the fat pads is closed with a single dissolvable suture. Because the entire procedure is performed inside of the mouth there is no resulting facial scarring and there is no need for bandages following the procedure.
The surgery takes approximately thirty minutes to perform in its entirety.
ALLURE MEDSPA: The Best place for a Cheek Reduction
Dr. Milan Doshi is a board certified cosmetic surgeon who is highly specialized in facial surgery procedures. He takes an extraordinarily detailed approach to each procedure, and believes there is no such thing as a standard procedure. Instead, he customizes every facial surgery to the needs of the patient
It is Dr. Doshi’s goal to maintain the patient’s natural beauty. Therefore, during the Cheek lift surgery, Dr. Doshi is able to precisely tighten and sculpt facial features and restore volume, preserving the patient’s natural facial contours for a natural and vibrant outcome.
As such, he has unparalleled knowledge of the underlying structures of the face and experience in dealing with delicate facial nerve. Safety and preservation of the facial nerve is one of the most important aspects of a facial surgery.
Since confidentiality and utmost privacy of our clients are our prime ethics, Allure MedSpa is the most favored choice of many celebrities for their corrective and cosmetic procedures.
Normally, general anesthesia is administered in Cheek Reduction surgery.
Privacy & Confidentiality
We at Allure MedSpa care follow highest standards of privacy and confidentiality ensuring additional comfort for our patients. For your privacy and protection, we maintain a strict non-disclosure policy.
REST & RECOVERY
The most comfortable position to recover in after surgery is a reclining chair with your head elevated. The night following your surgery, you may experience some discomfort that can be easily controlled with your prescribed pain medication. Temporary bruising and swelling are common the first night after surgery.