Buccal Fat Pad Removal
Everything in life should be in order, this is also true for adipose tissue. While adipose tissue reflects a healthy and fuller image on our face, the excess causes beauty-destroying effects. The fat tissues that we removed in the bichectomy surgery, "Bichat's fat tissue", is a very good example to show the effects of fat tissues on this kind of beauty. Structurally, Bichat's adipose tissue is the fat tissue located in the deepest part of our cheeks, which has a slightly different structure from the fat tissues that swell and fall with weight gain.
This procedure, which has many names such as bichectomy, cheek aesthetics, Hollywood cheek, is the process of removing Bichat fat pads by surgical incisions made through the mouth. This procedure, which can be performed under local anesthesia, sedation and general anesthesia, takes approximately 20-25 minutes. Approximately 1 cm incisions are made through the mouth and the incision is closed by suturing after removing the adipose tissue. There is no visible scar after bichectomy surgery. Since the swelling and puffiness in the area of the removed adipose tissue are reduced, the desired attractive appearance is achieved on the cheeks.