Facial Ageing & Volume Loss

Structural changes due to ageing often results in the appearance of folds, creases and sagging of our faces. We age through all of the facial layers which includes bone, muscle, deep and superficial fat, as well as skin.

This process often results in slackening of the cheek area with the skin and fat of the upper part of our face drooping downwards. Facial fat that was once evenly distributed around the eyes, cheeks, forehead, temples, and mouth shifts and diminishes. Collagen production slows. Round cheeks can fall downward and sink, causing hollowness under the eyes. Lips begin to lose their plumpness and appear thinner.

Extreme weight loss can also have a negative impact on our facial appearance due to fat redistribution or fat loss. We often say to many of our patients when considering a weight loss programme to remember the impact it will have on our faces as well as the heath benefits and improvements to our figure. There is however, always a solution at Sur Medispa.

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