What You Need To Know About Cheek bones Surgery
Have you got a female’s body but your face doesn’t quite fit?
Are you still nervously walking down the street because you aren’t sure if you really look like a woman?
What would you give for a pair of prominent, clearly defined cheeks that could only belong to a female?
Although making major changes to your body is a huge part of fully becoming a woman, the face is often neglected in favor of oversized chests and posteriors. While having these curves make you look more feminine from a distance, a face that has not be feminized will quickly ruin your best efforts. Cheek bones surgery is one way to remove all traces of masculinity from your face and replace it with a pretty, fresh and above all, feminine structure that makes you unrecognizable from your pre-surgery days.
Cheek bones Surgery
As the cheeks on a female tend to cover a greater area on their face and are far more visible than male cheeks, implants are the most effective answer when considering cheek bones surgery.
- The most commonly used implants in cheek bones surgery are made from porous polyethylene or silicone that is flexible yet solid.
- An incision will be made in each cheek to make room for the implants.
- Sometimes, the surgeon will make the incision along the upper gums or along the edges of the lower eyelids beneath the eyelashes.
- The surgeon then creates a pocket behind the muscles of each cheek.
- As the cheeks of each patient are different, implants will be made specifically for each person. The implants can be quickly sculpted during the surgery to fit this need.
Recovering From Cheek bones Surgery
- You will need to sleep with your head elevated as this will help speed up the recovery process.
- Believe it or not, you can add makeup to your face within 24 hours of your surgery!
- Swelling will be apparent for up to 14 days after the surgery though there should be minimal bruising.
- Your face will look normal within 2 weeks of your cheek bones surgery with the full effects apparent within 8 weeks.
- There will be scars from the procedure but they will be on the inside of the mouth which means they cannot be seen.
- If incisions were made along the eyelids, there may be slight scarring which will be virtually invisible within 3-6 months.
- You must always keep the scarred area totally clean until it is completely healed.
- As the surgeons who work with Urban Beauty Thailand are world-renowned with decades of experience, there will be no problems with a relatively minor procedure like cheek bones surgery.
- However, there is always the microscopically small chance of issues arising.
- A bad reaction to anesthetic is one possibility and the development of infection is another but such problems are extremely rare.
- Ectropion is when the lower eyelid turns outwards and shows the tissue lying underneath.
- This will only happen if the implant is placed through the eyelid but again, this is extraordinarily rare.
- Cheek bones surgery is a great way to finally deal with the second most masculine thing you have, your face.