face contouring surgery

Learning about face contouring surgery

Facial contouring is a cosmetic surgical operation which is done with the aim of improving the general appearance of one’s face. It’s new in the cosmetic and beauty industry, and it’s done to improve all facial features and make a person face a bit smaller. Face contouring will boost your self-esteem as this cosmetic surgery can give you the ideal facial feature that you want. When face contouring surgery is done the individual facial features appears well balanced with an improved facial outline.  

The surgery is done on the adult who wants to improve their facial appearance. In most female patients, their aim of taking the procedure is making their face contours softer and a bit feminine.  

The male patients normally want to have a better-chiseled appearance and look more masculine. Face contouring operation is beneficial for anyone with sagging face skin, due to aging.    

Performing Of The Procedure

The contouring surgery is done when a patient is administered some anesthesia. The patient starts with CT imaging scan to have bones and tissues in the face. The surgeon relies on these images when performing the procedure. The procedure involves the forehead, nose, cheekbones, lips, and cheeks. The surgery is done according to the needs of the person and may incorporate other cosmetic surgery procedures like bone trimming.    

face contouring surgery

During surgery, most incisions are done from the mouth and between the gum or cheek mucosa. Hence, the surgeon has access to various regions in the face like a jawbone. This enables hiding of the resulting scar. 

In most cases the surgery takes around 2.5 hours to 5 hours; this depends on the work being done. Also, hospitalization may be done which takes a few days, for close monitoring of the patient. In case the non-absorbable stitches were used then a patient need to return for removal. The patients get a full recovery from the surgery after three months.    

Risks and Complications  

Most facial contouring operations involve incisions. This puts the patient at risk of bleeding and infections. Patients undergoing implant or fat removal are at highest risk of infections. The scar may be formed if an abnormal immune response occurs. This may cause the scar to grow affecting the surgery results negatively.     

However, the surgery benefits are so many that can never be outweighed by the negatives. The procedure is good for anyone wishing to have a better facial appearance.

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