SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With growing popularity with facial contouring surgery, key question is not “how SMALL can you make my face?” but “how PROPORTIONATE can you make my face?”. Refining squarish jaw and protruded cheekbone of course is important, but naturalism and overall harmony of the face are the key to successful facial contouring surgery.
Beautiful cheekbone is not flat cheeks. Side zygoma should be straight from the scull down, but needs to have volume on the frontal zygoma for the youthful image. L-osteotomy on the zygomatic arch allows the most effective reduction range and is combined with 3D rotation fixation for the tightening effect. Cheekbone implant can be combined for boney face.
Angle below the ears should not be removed, but should be shaped to fit the facial features in harmony. If no angle is remained from the jaw reduction, it will rather create unnatural straight jawline from the side. For this reason, harmonious angle on the mandible is the key for the successful jaw reduction. Jaw reduction can be combined with botox (reduces over-developed musketeer muscles), cortical resection (removing the outermost layer of the scull for the smaller face), jawline liposuction (patients with excessive fat tissues along the jawline), or buccal fat removal (protruding fat pad inside of the mouth) for the most optimal result.
Whether you have weak or developed chin, chin shape plays a key role in balanced and youthful face. If your chin is weak, you can either do chin advancement (genioplasty) with your own bone, or simply place implant for the lengthening effect. If your chin is long, t or v osteotomy is the best option to reduce the length for more proportional face shape.
Successful facial contouring surgery should be consulted and performed with the facial contouring specialist with plenty of clinical experiences and surgical know-how for failure-free facial contouring.
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