We are all born with a natural volume of facial fat that we lose naturally over time. As the cheeks lose volume, they sag and drop from their usual position. This leads to the formation of nasolabial folds (the folds from the corners of the nose to the mouth), oral commissures (the folds just beneath the corners of the mouth), and subsequently jowls (the skin that sags beneath the jawline). These changes give the face a square appearance which contrasts with the triangular appearance of the more youthful face.
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Replacement of lost volume and smoothing of unwanted wrinkles in the following areas: cheeks, cheekbones, chin and temples.