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A bichectomy treatment can be part of a full face and body transformation. In your Este consultation we will go over the procedure in full and discuss realistic expectations and outcomes of the treatment. This is also an opportunity to discuss what other Este treatments might help you achieve your aesthetic and beauty goals for your hair, face and body.
If you want improved facial contouring and a more harmonious face shape then this face fat removal treatment is ideal. There is no scarring and recovery is quick. Bichectomy will rejuvenate your appearance. Here are some of the benefits of bichectomy.
Bichectomy is a quick procedure to remove buccal face fat. This type of fat is found between the cheekbone and jawbone — essentially buccal fat are fat pads that give your face its shape and roundness — it’s the fat that sits in the hollow area beneath the cheekbones. For some people they may not like the amount of buccal fat on their face as it may appear too round or chubby. A bichectomy fat removal procedure addresses these aesthetic concerns. Buccal fat is typically removed through a small incision in the cheek, often going through the cheek wall of the mouth (so there will be no visible scarring). Results are permanent.
Good treatment candidates are:
Contact Este to find out if this treatment is suitable for you at your time in life.
Yes, this is a permanent treatment as fat is removed. Buccal fat is still fat, so if you maintain a healthy diet and maintain a healthy weight you will have better long-term results.
The Este Turkey team provides every client with a detailed aftercare plan to ensure the most optimal recovery results. Contact Este to arrange a consultation to talk about your expectations and desired outcome. Bichectomy aftercare can include:
No visible scarring. Fat removal is done from inside the mouth to access the cheek wall.