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Forehead

Flaccidity causes the eyebrows to droop thus dragging down the upper eyelid & producing redundancy. Read More

Tear Trough

Nasojugal fold - abnormal contour of the periorbital soft tissues results in a hollow area that creates a fatigue appearance. Read More

Temple

The lack of fullness within the temple area can be due to a relatively deep temporal fossa or atrophied adipose tissue layer. Read More

Cheek Bone

The upper cheeks are an extension of the tear trough area. Filler can be used to help lift the outer corner of the cheeks. Read More

Nasolabial line (Laughing Lines)

Among the most aging features of the face are the deep crevices that run from the corners of the nose to the corners of the mouth. Read More

Sunken Cheeks

Babies & young children have chubby cheeks. That is because a structure called the malar (cheek bone). Read More

Buccal Fat

While cherub cheeks may have been adorable as a child, many people find them aesthetically less pleasing as they get older. Read More

V-Shape

In the quest for the graceful jawline, in recent years, as a "tidal wave" of Korean beauty icons sweep through our land. Read More

Face Lifting

It is fast becoming one of the most popular non surgical facial rejuvenation treatments. Read More

Chin Augmentation

Many individuals suffer from chins that are somehow misshapen. Read more

Sharp Nose

Nose is the anchor feature of the face, an aesthetically proportionate nose balances the physiognomic features of a person. Read More

Sexy Lips

Lip tissue may thin with age resulting in the appearance of vertical lines. Read More

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