Face Procedure

Post Operative Question Answer

When can I expect the initial swelling and bruising to subside?

After cheek augmentation, it is common to experience some degree of swelling and bruising in the treated area. The initial swelling typically begins to subside within the first 1 to 2 weeks, and bruising can gradually fade during this time as well. However, individual healing times may vary. By following your surgeon’s post-operative instructions, such as keeping your head elevated, applying cold compresses, and avoiding activities that can increase swelling, you can help reduce these symptoms and promote a smoother recovery. It’s important to be patient and allow your body adequate time to heal. Your surgeon will monitor your progress closely and provide guidance and support throughout your recovery journey.

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