Facial Implants

Facial implants have numerous advantages over other methods of restoring midfacial and lower facial volume. While fillers and fat will dissolve over time and the permanent fillers will begin to droop with time, cheek and chin implants are fixed to the underlying facial skeleton will always remain in place and not sag with time. They are also unique in that they are anchored firmly yet can be removed if necessary.

The most common facial implants are chin, cheek, or jaw implants. You may need more than one type of implant to achieve the results you desire.

What to expect
Review our preoperative instructions for facial implants surgery. (link to Forms & Policies page)

We perform our facial implant surgery in our own surgery suite under local anesthesia and conscious sedation. Your time in surgery is about 30 minutes to one hour.

Once the procedure is completed, you will recover under careful supervision in our office until you are ready to be taken home. You will need to arrange for an escort to drive you to and from our office on the day of the operation. Upon discharge you will receive a postoperative instructions, a prescription for pain medication, antibiotics if necessary, and a follow-up appointment in two weeks.