Buccal Fat Removal

Buccal Fat Removal is a surgical procedure aimed at reducing the size of the buccal fat pads in the cheeks. These fat pads can create a round or chubby appearance in the lower part of the face.


​Candidates for buccal fat removal are individuals who are bothered by excessively round or chubby cheeks and desire a more contoured facial appearance. It is commonly sought by those who feel that their cheeks make them look heavier or less defined.

Initial Consultation

During the initial consultation, our experienced surgeon will carefully assess your unique facial features, discuss your goals, and review your medical history. This consultation is vital for us to understand your expectations and determine if you are a suitable candidate for buccal fat removal.

Preoperative Preparation:

Once you decide to proceed with the buccal fat removal procedure, our team will guide you through the necessary preoperative preparations. This may involve medical tests, adjustments to current medications, and lifestyle recommendations to optimize your health and minimize potential risks.


Procedure Day

On the day of your buccal fat removal, our highly skilled surgical team will ensure your comfort and provide you with detailed information about the procedure. The surgery involves making small incisions inside the mouth to access the buccal fat pads, which are then carefully removed to enhance facial contour.


Postoperative Recovery

Following the procedure, you will be monitored in a recovery area until you are ready to return home. It is important to arrange for someone to drive you home, as you may experience temporary swelling, discomfort, and potential numbness in the treated area. Our team will provide you with detailed postoperative instructions, including:

​- Care for the surgical site: We will guide you on how to clean and care for the incision area inside your mouth to promote proper healing.

– Pain management: We will prescribe appropriate pain medication to help manage any discomfort during the initial recovery period.

– Swelling and bruising: Swelling and bruising around the treated area are common after the procedure. Cold compresses and elevation techniques will be recommended to minimize these effects.

– Dietary restrictions: We will provide you with a list of foods and beverages to avoid during the initial recovery phase to promote healing and prevent complications.

Follow-up Appointments

A series of follow-up appointments will be scheduled to monitor your progress, remove any stitches if necessary, and address any concerns or questions you may have. These appointments are crucial for ensuring optimal healing and results.


Recovery and Results

Recovery times can vary between individuals, but most patients experience a gradual reduction in swelling and discomfort over a few weeks. As the healing progresses, you will start to notice the enhanced facial contour and desired results. It is important to follow all postoperative instructions and attend scheduled follow-up appointments for the best possible outcome.

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