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All about buccal fat removal for thinner cheeks

Buccal fat removal is rounded to treat the bony cheek. Buccal fat removal is a rounded mass of fat in the centre of the cheek. It is located between the facial muscles, in a hollow area under the cheekbone. The size of the buccal fat pad affects the shape of your face. Everyone has an oral fat pad. However, the size of the fat pads can vary greatly.

If you have larger cavity fat pads, you may feel as if your face is too round or full. You may also feel like you have a "baby face". There's nothing wrong with bigger cheeks. However, if you want to make them smaller, a plastic surgeon may recommend removing the fat from your mouth. This surgery is done to reduce the width of round faces. If you're interested in removing fat from the oral cavity, read more about this procedure and the possible complications.

What is Buccal fat removal?

Butt fat removal is a type of plastic surgery. It is also known as buccal lipectomy or cheek reduction surgery. During the procedure, the fat pads in the cheeks are surgically removed. This thins the cheeks and defines the corners of the face. The surgery can be done alone or with another form of plastic surgery, such as:

  • facelift
  • rhinoplasty
  • chin implants
  • lip augmentation
  • Botox injection

Who is a good candidate for Buccal fat removal?

You may be a good candidate for buccal fat removal if any of the following apply to you:

  • Your physical health is good.
  • If you have good physical health, you may be in good health.
  • You have a round, fuller face.
  • You have a healthy, healthy body and a fuller complexion.
  • You have pseudo erythema (a small round mass of fat in the cheek due to a weak buccal fat pad).
  • You are looking for facial feminisation surgery.
  • You have realistic expectations.
  • You do not smoke.

Butt fat removal is not for everyone. The following scenarios may not recommend it:

Your face is narrow. If your face is naturally thin, surgery can cause sunken cheeks as you age. You have progressive hemifacial atrophy (Parry-Romberg syndrome). This rare condition causes the skin on one side of the face to shrink. It is known to affect the buccal fat pad.

You're older. As you get older, you naturally lose fat in your face. The procedure can accentuate the chin and other signs of facial ageing. A plastic surgeon is the best person to determine if you are an ideal candidate.

What is the procedure?

Before your procedure, talk to your plastic surgeon about the following:

  • your expectations and goals
  • your goals and objectives
  • current medications, including vitamins and supplements
  • your current medications, including medications, medications, medications, medications, medications, medications, medications, medications, medications, and other medications.
  • drug allergies
  • previous operations

This information will allow your plastic surgeon to decide on the best surgical approach, as well as to identify potential risks and prospects for recovery. You may need to stop taking some medications or have blood tests before the procedure. Your plastic surgeon will also analyse your face and take pictures to help plan your surgery.

Buccal fat removalcan be performed in the hospital or in the doctor's office. It usually involves. If you are only having oral fat removed, you will have a local anaesthetic applied to your face. You will not feel any pain but will be awake during the procedure.

If you are having more than one operation, you may be given a general anaesthetic. In this case, you will have to travel to and from the surgeon's office. Your surgeon will make an incision in your cheek. They will apply pressure to the outside of your cheek to further expose the fat pad in your cheek.