CHEEKS and NASOLABIALS
To achieve harmony and balance it is important to re-contour and add areas of light and shadows to the face . Cheek perfection is not accidental, and it is of utmost importance to know how to place fillers appropriately, so that you avoid the dreaded ‘pillow-face’ look that is associated with naively placed dermal fillers, or indeed a face that changes so much that you no longer can recognise you that person is in the mirror.
Over time certain areas of your face lose collagen, soften, and fall. With gentle and strategic
sculpting using dermal fillers in the correct areas, structure is reintroduced to the face to allow lifting and re-shaping, and not just filing . Some of the areas that benefit and react well to contouring are the chin, jawline and cheeks. In combination the effects are subtle and refreshing, without ending up looking like you have ‘been done’ or worse yet.. ‘overdone’.
Over Time the cheeks soften and give way to a tired appearance the includes :
- Deepening of under eye hollows
- Deepening of nasolabial lines
- Loss of contour and shape
By gentle sculpting, contouring and strategic injection of dermal fillers into the cheeks and neighbouring area, vitality is restored to the area and the face in general.
The key to this treatment is subtlety and achieving a rejuvenated rather than an overdone appearance.
Should gentle lifting be the first priority, Dr Kersh may suggest the use of Silhouette Soft thread in combination with Dermal Fillers.
For better and more natural results, Dr Kersh recommends combining this treatment with the following