Buccal Fat

Eliminate facial obesity

Sometimes, despite a healthy diet or even regular exercise, some parts of the body, especially the face, do not lose weight easily. This may destroy the fit of the face to the limbs. Facial obesity occurs for a variety of reasons, including being overweight, genetic predisposition, water retention in the face, and many more. But the point is, there is no need to worry; Because there is a very safe way to eliminate facial obesity and that is buccal surgery.

But what is this surgery? What are the benefits and side effects? It is one of the topics that are discussed below.

What is buccal surgery?

First of all, it is better to get acquainted with the concept of buccal fat. Scientifically, buccal fat is a mass of fat located between the buccinator muscle and other superficial facial muscles, and the size of the fat pad varies from person to person. In simpler terms, intraoral fat is called buccal fat, which is a type of deep fat that causes obesity around the lips and cheeks. The buccal extends from the forehead to the bottom of the cheekbones and ends at the corners of the lips. Removing these fats from the cheeks is a new way to get rid of unwanted facial fat, causing the cheeks to protrude and the jaw to angle.

The word surgery may sound scary to some people, but you should know that buccal surgery is a simple and quick procedure that does not require anesthesia and is performed only under local anesthesia. In this surgery, a small incision is made inside the mouth on the inside of the cheeks and the fat pads of the mouth that are under the cheekbones are removed through the mouth.

One of the advantages of this operation is the use of absorption sutures; Therefore, there is no need to suture and no scars remain on the face and mouth. After surgery, you will have facial swelling one day and it may take about three months to see the final result.

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