Full cheek augmentation is a treatment that is used to help midface volume loss. So, when we lose volume through this area, this begins to kind of give an appearance of sagging. So, by replacing that volume loss here, we'll give a nice, beautiful lift to the cheek area, and also make you look contoured. Full Cheek Pop uses Radiesse injected into the lateral cheek to add definition, replenish volume, and balance other facial features. Volume loss that occurs as we age can cause the face to appear like it is sagging, and create unwanted wrinkles and folds. Substantial swelling may occur, but subsides within 3-7 days post treatment. All swelling should subside within 6 weeks of treatment.
OK, so the instructions before getting dermal fillers are pretty easy. No alcohol consumption, 24 to 48 hours. That's going to thin the blood and you don't want anything that thins the blood because it can open you up to extra bruising. So, that also goes for NSAIDs. Another thing that you want to avoid before you get injections is any laser treatments or strong chemical peels on the skin for about two weeks.
So, post-op instructions are pretty simple. For 24 hours after getting injections, you want to avoid working out. You want to avoid saunas. And, you also want to avoid any kind of excessive laser treatments, chemical peels, or anything like that. You want to just basically take two days off. The only thing you want to be doing is icing the area that got injected.
BEFORE & AFTERS - FULL CHEEK POP
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Things you want to avoid 2 weeks prior:
Things you should avoid 24/48 hrs prior:
No NSAIDS (Aspirin, Advil, Aleve, etc)
Things you should do day of:
Eat before Appointment
*Please let us know if you are on medical blood thinners or have a condition that you are using NSAIDs.*
Post Op is pretty simple, keep the area iced to help reduce swelling and redness. The full recovery time for most injectables is 4 to 6 weeks. The healing process is never even so the swelling has the potential to be uneven over time.
Please report any redness, itching or blisters if it occurs, it is extremely important to let us know.
Things you want to avoid the following for the next 24 to 48 hrs:
Working out intensely
Any type of facial treatment (lashes, facials, etc)