According to Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Warren Lent, balance is key word to creating appealing and harmonious facial appearance. Balance between the central facial parts so that all of the features are properly matched and proportioned. A common example is the relationship between the nose and chin. When viewed from a side view, if the nose is too small then the chin can appear too large. The small nose will exaggerate the length of the chin. Facial implants, when used properly, can be an excellent way to achieve facial balance.
Facial plants can be used in many areas including the chin, the jaw, cheeks and the nose. The chin and the cheek bones are the most common areas where facial implants are placed. Candidates for facial implants include people who want:
- to restore the flattening of the cheeks from weight loss or aging
- to enhance the upper cheekbones for a fuller appearance
- to restore a more balanced composition on the face
- to reverse the aging process, but are not candidates for a facelift
Facial implants can be a superb means of creating facial balance, restoring symmetry and achieving a younger look. These procedures are generally considered safe, however, like all medical treatment, there are risks which include movement or shifting of the implant, bleeding, infection and the risk of anesthesia. Under the care of Board Certified Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Warren Lent, every possible effort is taken to minimize the potential of these risks.
During your initial full consultation, Dr. Warren Lent, Board Certified Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon, will evaluate the relationship of your central facial parts, meticulously. He will also discuss the risks and complications associated with procedure, answering every question and concern. Ensuring patient safety is Dr. Warren Lent’s top priority.
Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Dr. Warren Lent, has performed thousands of these procedures with great success. To better understand your options, schedule a full consultation with Dr. Warren Lent, by clicking here.