About Facial Implants

More definition for your nose, a smoother contour for your cheeks, an aesthetically pleasing jawline, or to correct that asymmetry for your whole face.

You can't achieve these changes with some makeup or a new hairstyle. You need something infinitely more effective and essentially permanent.

A variety of facial implants are available to improve your facial contour. For anybody that requires a smoother profile, proportionate features, or more definition in a particular area, facial implants can help you.

Facial Implants

Facial Implants Procedure at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic

Facial implants come in a variety of sizes, materials and shapes. Implants are manufactured to recreate the shape and size of modification you desire and are generally made out of hard silicone.

That's why cosmetic/plastic surgery clinics provide facial implants for those dissatisfied with the contours of their face. Facial implants can change your appearance, whether it be just a minor alteration or a dramatic transformation. It's all up to you!

Ideal candidates are those who is relatively good health and have realistic expectations of the procedure.

For a very general list of things to do to adequately prepare your body for surgery, please visit Preparing for Cosmetic/Plastic Surgery. This list, however, is not exhaustive.

Free Consultation

Sometimes, just a little bit of help can make your face look fabulous - the way you should look.

Contact Toronto Cosmetic Clinic at 416-221-5554 for more information regarding facial implants, and to book your complimentary consultation with a patient consultant.

During your consultation, you will discuss what you'd like to achieve from undergoing the facial implant procedure, what type of improvement you desire, and possible alternatives that may be more suitable for you.

Areas That Can Receive Facial Implants

Facial implants can be used to reconstruct or augment features. Those who have lost definition due to aging can also benefit, rejuvenating features that may have been lost due to muscle or skin laxity. physicians can place a facial implant in the cheeks, nose, chin, or jaw. The desired contour is achieved from choosing the right size, shape, and material of the implant. You can help your physician choose the right one during your consultation.

During the consultative period prior to the facial implant procedure, you should discuss your expectations with your physician, as well as bring pictures of the facial features you would like to emulate. Make sure you express all your concerns so that you're comfortable in knowing that you've made the right choice.

The procedure is an invasive one, lasting up to two hours. Depending on the amount and placement of the location(s) to be improved, facial implant surgery normally involves general or local anesthesia, performed on an outpatient basis. An incision will be made in the target area so that the facial implant can be inserted under the skin. It is highly recommended that arrangements be made for someone to take you home following the procedure if it is necessary.

The healing process will vary depending on the individual and the type of procedure, therefore your physician will let you know during your consultation. They'll also let you know what steps should be taken to adequately prepare your body for the facial implant procedure. Instructions may include taking or refraining from specific types of medications or what kind of food to avoid or to eat.

Facial implants are a remarkable advancement in cosmetic/plastic surgery. However, before you decide to undergo a procedure to improve your profile, it's best to learn more about what will be done to your body. That way, there aren't any unexpected surprises.

If you need more information about facial implants, we recommend you speak to our patient consultant who has extensive knowledge of this topic.