Op. Dr. Başak Çaypınar

Cheek Aesthetics (Bichectomy)

Anasayfa Cheek Aesthetics (Bichectomy)

What is Cheek Aesthetics (Bichectomy)?

Hollywood cheek aesthetics, which is often referred to as cheek aesthetics, triangular face operation, V face operation, is also frequently applied on faces where the facial contour is square and the fat pad in the cheeks is too much. Successful results are obtained with the operation applied in Hollywood cheek aesthetics. Another name for cheek aesthetics is Bichectomy. Hollywood cheek aesthetics is actually the popular name of the operation. In this operation, it can be expressed as the removal of excess fat pads outside the face, that is, on the visible outer surface of the cheeks, without leaving any scars, only inside the mouth, 1 cm away from the cheek area. These removed fat pads cause the plump cheeks to descend, the cheekbones to protrude and the chin to appear small.

Suitable Candidates for Cheek Aesthetics (Bichectomy)

Cheek aesthetics, also known as bichectomy, is a surgical procedure that usually corrects volume loss, asymmetry or contour problems in the facial area. Suitable candidates for this aesthetic intervention are usually individuals who experience volume loss in the cheeks, have congenital asymmetry, want to improve cheek contour or define the jawline. In addition, people who are in good general health, have a realistic view of the surgical results and can devote time to the healing process are also suitable candidates.

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Cheek Aesthetics (Bichectomy) Recovery Process

The healing process after cheek aesthetics, also known as bichectomy, usually varies depending on individual factors. Mild swelling and bruising may be seen in the first days after surgery, but these symptoms decrease over time. Pain is usually minimal in the first few days and can be controlled with painkillers prescribed by the doctor. The recovery process varies depending on the person’s general state of health, the complexity of the surgical intervention and the individual recovery speed. Bandages and supportive materials are usually used for the first few days. Full recovery can take several weeks to several months. The doctor’s instructions, avoidance of certain activities and regular check-ups play an important role in this process. The healing process must be carefully managed so that the individual can return to normal in good health and with the desired aesthetic results.

Frequently Asked Questions

Bichectomy is usually performed under general anesthesia, so there is no pain during the procedure. There may be minimal pain after surgery, but this can be controlled with medication prescribed by the doctor.
Yes, the results obtained after bichectomy are usually permanent. However, the aging process, genetic factors and environmental factors may cause changes over time.
Stitches are usually removed within a few weeks. However, this time may vary depending on the complexity of the surgical intervention and the individual healing rate.