Cheek Enhancement / Loss of Volume in Cheek
Experts in non-surgical treatments to add volume to cheeks
Experienced doctors and nurse injectors
Free consultation to discuss your needs
Improves facial contours with natural looking results
Plump cheeks and high cheek bones are often key to achieving a youthful look and loss of volume in this area can cause us to look older than we are. Loss of volume in the cheeks is usually caused by ageing and lack of skin elasticity but it can also be as a result of weight loss leaving a gaunt appearance.
Our cheek enhancement treatments should help to restore lost volume to the cheeks helping to make you look and feel younger with an added boost in confidence.
We are the UK’s leading non-invasive and minimally invasive cosmetic group of clinics and have some of the most experienced specialists in the industry that can advise on the best treatment for cheek enhancement. We treat thousands of patients every year and pride ourselves on our knowledge and expertise. All of our Clinics are registered with the Care Quality Commission and The Independent Healthcare Advisory Services.
Dermal Filler is our best treatment option for cheek enhancement.
The hyaluronic acid solution is injected under the skin’s surface into the cheek area using either a needle or a cannula with the aim of restoring the natural volume and fullness to the area.
The results should leave you with not only fuller cheeks but also an improved shape, profile, projection and symmetry to the face.
The downtime after dermal filler treatment is minimal and you should be able to return to your usual activities instantly. Mild bruising may be visible but this will clear within 1 week and any sensitivity in the area treated should reduce over 3-5 days.
You are usually able to see your results instantly after treatment however swelling and redness may be visible which will go down after a week. Your results should last between 12-18 months
Dermal Filler treatment for cheek enhancement is available at London Harley Street, Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Northampton and Buckinghamshire close to Oxford, High Wycombe, Aylesbury and Beaconsfield.