Malar Restoration in Long Island

Nothing says classic beauty like high cheekbones.

High cheekbones have always been a mark of classic beauty. In reality, most of us aren’t born with high cheekbones. In addition, as we age, we experience skeletal changes and a loss of collagen. These circumstances flatten the cheeks, diminish their shape and cause them to become saggy. Cheek (or malar) restoration is a good option if you are looking for a way to make small cheeks match the rest of your face. For patients seeking a more non-invasive approach to surgical procedures, fillers are a perfect alternative for approaching the same concerns and delivering optimal results!

Theresa works with you in real-time to ensure she achieves your cosmetic goals. You are able to make suggestions on where the dermal filler is placed and how much is used. She will provide an assessment and recommend the proper fillers for treatment. Her guidance will be key to developing a communication plan that will meet realistic expectations and successful results.


Malar restoration is an alternative to facial implant surgery using dermal fillers, resulting in higher, more defined cheekbones. Using dermal fillers to contour facial features, such as cheeks, requires a level of skill that few injectors possess.


Injectable fillers can be used to give the cheeks a smooth curve or a more defined ‘apple’ effect. This will ultimately sculpt and create more symmetry and dimension to your facial structure essentially enhancing your other features.


No downtime needed! Surgery may leave clients swollen for 1 to 2 weeks, and final results can take up to 2 months to even become evident. Dermal fillers provide immediate results with little to no bruising and swelling.


In a similar fashion to the contouring technique down by professional makeup artists, fillers can be used the same way as a makeup brush–an effective tool for reconstruction without any discomfort or downtime. There is much less risk of complication and infection when using dermal fillers rather than implants.

A Variety of Options

Chemical peels are broadly defined by the depth of damage in the skin that they produce. They are categorized as superficial, medium, and deep. Superficial peels do not damage skin below the epidermis, the most superficial skin layer. Medium peels may reach to the superficial layer of the dermis, the deeper layer of the skin. Deep peels generally reach the deeper layers of the dermis. The depth of damage depends on the nature and concentration of the chemicals in the peeling solution and the length of time they are permitted to interact with the skin.

The Fillers

While the most effective long-term solution to cheek volume loss is surgical (midface lift, cheek implants), the effect of aging can easily be corrected by dermal fillers such as Radiesse, Juvederm or Perlane. As dermal fillers have evolved, volume restoration and contour enhancement have become the objective of advanced injectors like Theresa.

Fillers will restore facial harmony and provide a youthful aesthetic. Dermal fillers are FDA-approved products made with naturally occurring substances. They are injected beneath the skin in the targeted areas using a very fine needle. Once the filler substance has been injected, it plumps up the skin from beneath, filling wrinkles or augmenting facial features such as cheeks.

What to Expect Post-Treatment

The results are immediate with minimal downtime (slight bruising and swelling may occur). The goal of cheek restoration is to enhance the structure of the face and restore a natural appearance. Attractive cheekbones are an important element of facial beauty. Well-defined cheeks create balance, improve the facial profile, and are a symbol of youth.

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