Why Facial Implants are Increasing in Popularity

Facial implants are used by cosmetic plastic surgeons to create a defined or prominent accentuation of certain features of the face such as the jaw, cheeks, or chin. Depending on the individual’s desired goal, almost any aesthetic can be accomplished. Facial implants are more popular as a less invasive alternative to full blown facial surgery such as a facelift. With celebrities and more women and men opting for facial implants in their 20s and 30s, they are increasingly more common and popular.

Dr. Schwarcz is a facial plastic surgeon who can perform malar and submalar implants, cheekbone implants, chin implants, and jaw implants. Each implant targets a different area to create definition and enhance the implant area.

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