Plastic surgery in Dallas, TX

Cheek Implants & Augmentation
Dallas, TX

Cheek Augmentation Surgery

Cheek implants help create facial balance and improved symmetry of the face. Therefore, implants are used to enhanced facial cheek contours.  Dr. Katz uses cheek implants to bring fullness and lift to the face, thereby, giving you that beautiful sought after look you desire.   Whether you are trying to add fullness or counteract aging, cheek implants can address your concerns and beautify your face.

Cheek Implant Procedure Details

Dr. Katz – Cheek Implant Patient

Dr. Katz uses one of two cheek implant placement techniques to add volume and lift to the cheek area.  Malar cheek implants are placed on top of the cheekbones to create a higher, more defined cheekbone.  Or, to restore cheek fullness, a submalar cheek implant is used.  As we age, some individuals develop a hollowness beneath their cheekbones.  Submalar implants are placed on the underside of the cheekbone in order to fill the hollow space, thereby creating a more youthful appearance.   During surgery, cheek implants are inserted through small incisions inside the mouth, above the upper gum.

Many different sizes and shapes of implants can be used for surgery, depending on facial shape.  Patients trust Dr. Katz, a plastic surgeon with more than 30 years of experience in practice to help you achieve your optimal look. Dr. Katz has an excellent reputation within the medical community for providing the highest quality of surgical care. For your comfort and convenience, he operates in an on-site, accredited surgical facility. Surgery takes about an hour and is performed under IV sedation and local anesthesia with minimal recovery time and lasting results.

Fat Grafts can also enhance the malar or submalar areas of the cheek.

If you would like more information on this type of surgery or about Warren J. Katz MD, please call us at 972-239-7005. You may also inquire about some of the other surgeries Dr. Katz performs, such as chin implant surgery or facelift surgery.