Facial Implants

Facial Implants surgery at Dr. Jamil Al Jamali’s Clinic

Introduction

Explore our comprehensive guide on facial implants. This guide offers valuable insights to help you understand this transformative procedure.

Facial Implants

What are Facial Implants?

Facial implants are designed to enhance and balance your facial contours. Created from biocompatible materials like silicone or porous polyethylene, these implants address different areas of the face such as the cheeks, chin, and jawline, achieving a more harmonious and aesthetically pleasing appearance.

What happens during Facial Implants surgery?

Facial implant surgery is generally conducted under local or general anesthesia. The procedure involves making small, strategically placed incisions to minimize visible scarring. Through these incisions, the facial implants are carefully positioned to enhance facial contours, before closing the incisions with sutures.

Going home after Facial Implants surgery

Post-procedure, adherence to your surgeon’s instructions is crucial for optimal healing. You may experience temporary swelling and discomfort, managed with medication and cold compresses. Avoid strenuous activities and excessive facial movements for a few weeks. Most people resume normal activities within 1-2 weeks, with full recovery taking several weeks.

Specific complications following Facial Implants surgery

Facial implant surgery, while generally safe, comes with potential risks including infection, bleeding, implant shifting, scarring, asymmetry, and changes in sensation. It’s crucial to choose a skilled and experienced plastic surgeon to minimize these risks.

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