Facial harmonization can be achieved by combining minimally invasive and non-surgical treatments that help to bring balance to your face. Surgical procedures can include bichetomy (buccal fat pad removal), chin liposuction, or blepharoplasty, and non-surgical procedures include injectables such as dermal fillers and botox. If you have ever thought your chin was too small, cheeks too flat, or wanted to improve your jawline contour, you were thinking about facial harmony. The goal is to bring balance to your facial features by combining procedures to improve the size and shape of certain areas such as your lips, cheeks, chin, or nose.
How does it work?
Fat injections using your own fat or dermal fillers, such as Juvéderm, are used to add volume. For example, cheeks that are shallow or sunken not only age you but also cause other features to appear more prominent; therefore, filling that area will restore a more youthful appearance and give you a more balanced face.
Fat injections are a semi-permanent option and are minimally invasive. This two-part process involves liposuction from one area and then injecting it. Dermal fillers, on the other hand, can last anywhere between 6 months to 2 years.
Who is a candidate?
Facial harmonization can be done on anyone over the age of 18 who has realistic expectations.
Downtime for Facial Harmonization is very minimal, and you can return to a majority of your regular, everyday activities in a day or two. You may experience swelling and bruising, which will subside in 1-2 weeks.