American Society of Plastic Surgeons
For Medical Professionals
one year ago

Lack of fat on 1 cheek and asymmetrical eyebrow

Hi. So I’m considering plastic surgery to help achieve a more symmetrical and harmonious face, and although I believe my nose and my top lip also need a retouch, what really bothers me is the lack of fat on one cheek ( even tho they look like they’re not lopsided, one just has more fat than the other ) and my higher and thicker eyebrow, it stands out a lot. What procedures should I consider? T Y

Procedure: Brow Lift
Location: Braga, AL - Portugal

Replies 2

Alfred Antonetti
ASPS Surgeon

Everybody has some kind of asymmetry in the face and in different parts of the body and this is normal. The good results in plastic surgery are when there is a big defect that can be changed. Your face looks just fine and I would advice you to leave it alone. You could have some fat injections to the left side of your face but I would consider this ridiculous in your case and I would not do it. Consult with a local plastic surgeon to see what they recommend.

Tanongsak Panyawirunroj
ASPS Int. Surgeon
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Yes It's possible to do forehead lift to lift your eyebrow up to the certain level and you can do filler injection or fat transfer to fullfil your asymetrical facial volume to improve your temporal area, mid face and sunken cheek too.


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