Procedures for Men

Cheek Implant
Cheek Augmentation

Cheek implants gives the face a new sense of symmetry as well as elevates all of the other features of the face so that they look more youthful.

The good news about cheek implants is that it is a reversible operation. If you don’t like the way they look you can always have them removed and have them replaced with ones that you find more suitable for your facial structure.

You may already have a surgeon or you might be looking at financing options first, either way can help you understand your options.


When deciding whether or not to receive cheek implants, the price is a factor many prospective patients consider. The specific cost of cheek implants procedures differs between surgeons, and the average cost of cheek implants differs between geographic regions. However, lab fees for blood tests, x-rays, and other associated costs must also be considered.


After surgery, a dressing is applied to minimize discomfort and swelling. There will be dietary restrictions as well as limitations to your activities. Your ability to move your mouth and lips may be limited and so will your ability to eat. Be prepared to do a lot of drinking through a straw for ten or more days. It may also be difficult to talk or smile.

Your recovery time after a cheek implant procedure is usually about six weeks. Before planning this type of major change to your appearance it might be wise to prepare for it psychologically and emotionally.


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At a Glance
1 to 2 hours

General Anesthesia

In/Out Patient:  
Out Patient

6 weeks


Cheek implants results are usually permanent, but can depend on the material used. Revision surgery may be necessary if the cheek implants slip.