Cheek bone reduction surgery

Cheek bone reduction surgery or surgery for cheek bone reduction is a surgical procedure performed on the cheekbones that aims to lower shape of the cheekbones that are too high.

Who are the right candidates for Cheek Bone Reduction Surgery?

People with concave cheeks and temples result in the shape of cheekbones that are too prominent
People who feel to have an imbalance on their face due to the shape of the cheekbones that are too prominent
People with too strong facial images due to the prominent cheekbones

Operation Duration: estimated 90 Minutes

Type of Anesthesia: General Anesthesia

Preoperative Preparation:

Initial consultation with the doctor, convey the result you want as clear as possible

The doctor analyzes the shape of the face and the part of the cheek where the patient is going to have surgery on
The doctor explains the risks that may occur after surgery and the type of anesthesia used
Patient will be required to tell the doctor his/her medical history and whether or not the patient has had any surgeries in the past.

Operation Process:

Initial plan on surgery based on the shape of the patient’s face
Doctor will make an incision in the excess side cheekbones and separate them from the silent cheekbones
Doctor will make an incision on the back of the cheekbones
Doctor will then rotate the cheekbones and move them inside
Doctor will uniteĀ  the cheekbones and sew the incisions

Risks that May Occur Post-Operation:

Cheeks become loose
The possibility of broken cheekbones during the operation process
Postoperative (temporary) pain in the cheek
Infection and inflammation

Postoperative Care:

Regularly apply light massage
Eat only soft foods and avoid alcoholic beverages
Compress with ice packs for the first 2 to 3 days
Always maintain the cleanliness of the inside of the mouth