Cheek augmentation with hyaluronic acid

The cheekbone augmentation procedure is a success both among young people who want to achieve a certain physical appearance and among mature people who want to maintain the bone and fat structure of the face.

What is hyaluronic acid and how does it work on cheekbones?

Hyaluronic acid is a protein compound synthesized in the human body, which is found in connective tissue structures, including skin and joints. Cheek augmentation with hyaluronic acid aims to contour and highlight facial features. In addition, hyaluronic acid injection moisturises the skin and gives the complexion a youthful and radiant appearance.

Benefits of hyaluronic acid for cheekbone augmentation

The benefits of hyaluronic acid have to do with redefining facial volume and can be summarised as follows:

  • Contributes to skin rejuvenation;
  • Fills fine lines and wrinkles, including expression lines;
  • It has a liquid lifting effect, highlighting the structure of the cheekbones;
  • It determines an intense and persistent hydration of cell structures;
  • Redefine your cheekbones to get the look you want;
  • Stimulates natural collagen production;
  • Combats the effects of ageing, due to the natural reduction of collagen synthesis, the disappearance of lipid deposits and the force of gravity.
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What is the process of cheekbone augmentation with hyaluronic acid injections?

The first step in the procedure of cheek augmentation with hyaluronic acid injections is the initial medical consultation, during which the specialist evaluates your particular situation and establishes, together with you, the appropriate treatment protocol.


Throughout the procedure, you will be able to talk to the doctor about the manoeuvres performed and ask questions. Initially, an anaesthetic cream will be applied, the aim of which is to reduce the sensations associated with the injection.


Then, after about 15 minutes, the cream is removed and the face is thoroughly cleansed.


The filler can be injected using a special needle or cannula to reduce the risk of haematomas. The duration of treatment varies between 45 - 60 minutes, depending on the amount of filler injected.


Hyaluronic acid injection is considered a safe medical aesthetic procedure, well tolerated by the body. There are some situations where your doctor will postpone the procedure, or recommend a more suitable alternative:

  • If there is an infection in the area of skin to be treated;
  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding;
  • If you suffer from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or myasthenia gravis;
  • If you have any severe illness or infection.

Recovery after cheek augmentation with hyaluronic acid

Recovery after the hyaluronic acid cheek augmentation procedure is relatively quick and simple. Local redness and swelling disappear within a few days, during which time you are advised to avoid the sauna, sunbathing or sunbathing and any pressure applied to the treated area. You will find out all the information about recovery directly from the doctor during the consultation.

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Risks after hyaluronic acid injection for cheekbone definition

Hyaluronic acid injection is associated with minimal risks, which you will have the opportunity to discuss with your doctor during your initial consultation. The most common discomforts associated with the procedure are:


  • Slight local redness and mild local oedema, which disappear in a few days;
  • Small bruises in the needle penetration area;
  • Displacement of the filler, in case the patient accidentally presses the treated area.

Results of the hyaluronic acid procedure for cheek augmentation

The results of hyaluronic acid cheek augmentation are visible immediately after the procedure, but the final appearance stabilizes after about two weeks.


The effects persist between 9 and 12 months, depending on the particularities of the administration and of each patient.


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What is hyaluronic acid and how is it injected for cheek augmentation?

Hyaluronic acid is a substance that is normally found in the human body, with the highest amounts being present in the skin and joints. Because of its moisturising effect, hyaluronic acid supports the smooth and youthful appearance of the skin. As time passes, the amount of hyaluronic acid in the body reduces, the skin loses volume and elasticity and the first wrinkles appear. Cheekbone Augmentation with the help of hyaluronic acid helps to highlight them and redefine the contour of the face and can also function as a non-surgical facelift for cheekbones.

How long does hyaluronic acid treatment for cheekbones last?

Although the effects of the procedure are immediately observable after the procedure, the cheekbone augmentation before and after Treatment can be assessed after about two weeks, during which time the filler stabilises and begins to work, and the mild local oedema has a chance to fade completely. One treatment session provides visible results for 9 to 12 months after surgery.

How much does a hyaluronic acid injection for cheekbones cost?

Given that each person is unique, the price of the facial volumetry varies according to the particularities observed during the initial consultation. The price of one millilitre of hyaluronic acid starts at 1800 lei; schedule a consultation in our top clinics to get a precise personalised treatment plan.

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