Facial Volume Loss

Volume loss in the face is a natural part of the ageing process. Facial volume loss occurs when the ageing process begins and the structure of the face is altered. Some main indicators of facial volume loss are sagging skin, a heavier appearance on the lower part of the face, and a loss of definition and contours.

As we age, a number of physical changes occur, such as the loss of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid, as well as the thinning of bone density, meaning that the younger-looking facial appearance and shape deteriorates. Due to this volume loss in the face, people are left with a heavier lower face and jawline area, flatter and thinner cheeks, and an overall sagging of the skin.

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When facial volume loss occurs, it can have a detrimental effect on a person’s self-esteem and confidence. By going down the route of a facial volume loss treatment, you can restore some of the youthful components of the face, and also achieve a lifting of the face.

At Coppergate Clinic, we have a range of treatments that can help to restore lost volume, such as Facial Fat Transfer, Viscoderm Hydrobooster, Profhilo, Dermal Fillers, and PDO Thread Lift.

If you’d like to learn more about our facial volume loss and range of non-surgical treatments, please get in touch with our team who will happily arrange a consultation for you.

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