Cheeks and Lips From £40 per month

The Mid and Lower Face contain these two main facial features all of which combine to create your smile which is one of the most important facets of someone’s appearance and personality and for some people, this is one of the most important attributes!

Flat cheekbones can be built out by inserting implants over the cheekbones usually through cuts that are made inside the mouth where the cheek joins the upper gum, this process is known as “Cheek Augmentation”. The implants that are used are manufactured usually from silicone or other non-biological materials and are safe and well-tolerated by the body. In some circumstances, it may be necessary to use a bone graft, which would be taken from somewhere else on the patient’s body and these procedures can be done during a single surgical episode.

The most common choice for augmenting someone’s lips is fillers, which our experienced team can offer, however, this is temporary and must be redone several times a year to maintain the desired look, in most cases.

It is also possible for someone to have surgery to reduce the size of their lips or have the shape changed and our consultants would be able to advise you what might be possible based on your individual issue.

Just opened in August 2020, Persona are based in Glasgow’s city centre and operates from one of the most advanced cosmetic surgery theatres in Scotland and the UK.

Persona Facial Surgery Clinic Glasgow

Surgery for these procedures starts from £2,195. (From £40 per month).

Finance Options
You can spread the cost of your treatment over 5 years. Please ask a member of our team about finance options.

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