Cosmetic Services

Cheek Implants

Cheek implants are a cosmetic surgical procedure that is intended to emphasize the cheeks on a person’s face. Our comprehensive guide will walk you through everything you need to know about the procedure, from initial consultation to post-operative care.

What is Cheek Implants?

Cheek implants, also known as cheek augmentation, are a cosmetic surgical procedure designed to enhance the appearance of the cheeks. This procedure involves the use of medical-grade solid silicone to augment the cheekbones, providing more balance to facial features and boosting self-confidence. The surgery typically lasts 30-45 minutes under general anesthesia. One of the benefits of this procedure is that the implants are inserted through an incision made inside the mouth, minimizing visible scarring post-surgery.

The cheek implants are most constantly positioned through incisions in the mouth. When executed with other procedures, alternative incisions may be utilized. The augmented specific area in the cheek determines where to properly position the implant  on the cheekbone.

Medications will be administered for your comfort during the surgical procedure. The options include general anesthesia and other necessary medications needed during the surgery. Your surgeon will recommend the best option for you.

Cheek Implants at Yanhee Hospital

Comprehensive Guide to Cheek Implants

Everything You Need to Know

Cheek Implants: Before Surgery

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Consultation: Patients meet with a plastic surgeon to discuss their goals and determine if they are a good candidate for cheek implants.

Pre-operative instructions: Patients may be advised to stop smoking and avoid certain medications that can increase bleeding.

Cheek Implants: During Surgery

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Anesthesia: Cheek implant surgery is typically performed under general anesthesia.

Incision: The surgeon makes an incision inside the mouth or, less commonly, in the lower eyelid or hairline.

Implant placement: The surgeon inserts the implants into pockets created in the cheeks, positioning them for the desired effect.

Closure: The incisions are closed with sutures.

Cheek Implants: After Surgery

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Recovery time: Patients may experience swelling, bruising, and discomfort for a few days to a week after surgery.

Pain management: Pain medication may be prescribed to help manage discomfort.

Follow-up appointments: Patients will have follow-up appointments with their surgeon to monitor healing and remove any sutures.

Cheek Implants: What to Expect

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Results: Cheek implants can provide a more defined and youthful appearance to the cheeks.

Final results: It may take several weeks for swelling to fully subside and for the final results to be visible.

Cheek Implants: Considerations

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Risks: As with any surgery, there are risks, including infection, bleeding, and implant shifting.

Longevity: Cheek implants are long-lasting but may need to be replaced or adjusted over time.

Cost: The cost of cheek implant surgery can vary depending on the surgeon’s fees, anesthesia fees, and facility fees.

Cheek Implants: Post-Surgery Care

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Recovery timeline: Patients are typically advised to take it easy for the first few days after surgery and gradually resume normal activities.

Swelling and bruising: Swelling and bruising are common after cheek implant surgery and will gradually improve over the following weeks.

Diet: Patients may need to follow a soft or liquid diet for a few days after surgery to avoid putting pressure on the implants.

Oral hygiene: Good oral hygiene is important after cheek implant surgery to prevent infection. Patients may be advised to rinse their mouth with a saltwater solution.

PRICE AND PACKAGES

Procedure

Hospital Stay

Price (THB)

Contouring Malarplasty

1 Night

99,000

Reduction of Malar Projection (Osteotomy Malarplasty)

2 Nights

165,000

Correction Malar Reduction: Bone grinding (Contouring Malarplasty)

1 Night

115,000

Malar Reduction: Bone dissection (Correction Osteotomy-Malarplasty)

2 Nights


215,000

Cheek Implant (general anesthesia)

1 Night

91,000

Cheek Implant (local anesthesia)

None

60,500

Cheek Implant Removal

None

30,500

Facial Dimple: 1 cheek

None

18,500

Facial Dimple: 2 cheeks

None

30,500

Lipofilling - Cheeks  

None

35,500


Lipofilling – per additional site

None

10,500


Buccal Fat Excision

None

40,500

Cheek Liposuction

None

45,500

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Frequently Asked Questions

What will be my condition after cheek implants surgery?

Your doctor will give instructions for care, dietary restrictions as well as limitation in activities. There may be a temporary limitation in movement of the mouth and lips. Discomfort and swelling will vary from patient to patient. Also, it will be more severe if another cosmetic procedure has been done together with it.

How long do I have to be in the hospital?

You may go home on the same day once you are fully awake from the anesthesia. Your doctor will ask you to return for follow up check after about one week.

What are some risks of the surgery?

Some risks of surgery include bleeding, adverse response to anesthesia, and infection. In addition, it consists of delayed healing, asymmetry, nerve injury, and the need for revision surgery. Over time, skin thinning could develop over the implant. Trauma to the cheeks could lead to implant displacement. Without these complications, the silicone implant can stay in place for your lifetime.

How do I prepare for cheek implants surgery?

To avoid complications and reduce risk factors, you need to stop smoking, and drinking alcoholic beverages. In addition, also taking hormonal pills, herbal supplements, and medicines other than those that your doctor allows you to continue at least two weeks before your schedule. People with diseases need surgical clearance from their medical specialist.