Volume Loss / Hollow Cheeks / Hollow Temples
As we age, there are a number of characteristic changes that happen to our faces.
The structures in our face relax, we lose volume and the face begins to sag. This is often accompanied with a loss of elasticity of the skin making the face look empty and hollow. Common areas to notice volume loss in the face are cheeks, and the temples. Replacing this volume loss can be a great way to restore a more youthful look. There are many different ways to address volume loss including direct replacement with fillers or fat, repositioning fat during surgery such as a facelift, and combinations of both.
During your consultation Mr West will examine the areas you are concerned about and discuss what your aims are. Based upon this assessment Mr West will suggest a plan to rejuvenate the face and restore a natural, balanced and youthful look. This may involve a combination of surgical and non-surgical treatments.Book a Consultation