Bichectomy Incision Methods: Optimize Results

In this procedure, excess fat commonly found in the cheek area is extracted, making the face appear significantly slimmer.

With the aim of refining facial features by accentuating the cheekbones and defining the facial contour, Bichectomy is performed—a highly sought-after intervention by patients looking to achieve a more sculpted face. At My Cosmetic Surgery, the most renowned clinic in the United States with over 25 years of excellent results in each procedure, Bichectomy gains popularity every day.

In this minimally invasive procedure, excess fat commonly found in the cheek area is extracted, making the face appear significantly slimmer and more refined, imparting a completely youthful and stylized look.

The Bichat fat pad is an isolated fat deposit, denser and encased in a thin capsule separate from the rest of the body’s fat, making it non-extractable through liposuction. Through a small incision inside the mouth, leaving no visible scars and utilizing local anesthesia, the Bichat fat pad is swiftly and safely removed. Specialists affirm that these structures, contributing to chewing, do not serve a specific or essential function in normal adult life, allowing their removal without causing issues.

The procedure lasts between 30 to 45 minutes with a very low risk index. This aesthetic process requires minimal postoperative care, leaves no marks or scars, is generally painless, except for some discomfort while eating, and allows an immediate return to work. At My Cosmetic Surgery, Bichectomy is performed by the renowned surgeon Luke Gutwein, a member of the American Board of Surgery, with extensive experience in this procedure and numerous satisfied patients.

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