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... Hi MarkyMark - who did you go to for this procedure? I'm trying to locate a cosmetic surgeon in the LA area that I can consult with that has done this procedure, and you seem happy with your results, can you tell me who did the work? And how much did it cost? Thank you! (6 replies)
... I want to have the buccal fat pads removed. Has anyone out there done this? ... (14 replies)
... Hello, can someone who has had buccal fat pad extraction answer some questions for me? ... (3 replies)

... do NOT.....and let me emphasize that again....DO NOT remove your buccal fat pads. a friend of mine did that and she had this hollow, terrible skeletal look. ... (2 replies)
... I'm definitely doing the fat pads. However, the jawline not sure which way to go. Just wondering if anyone has any insight with either procedure? ... (1 replies)
... when the swelling goes down I hope all the fat is in the proper areas. ... (14 replies)
... and it just gets worse as you age because the pads are so thick that when gravity kicks in, it just droops and falls, contributing to jowls. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I had my buccal fat pads removed, it did make a big differance and Im very glad I did it, the recovery was virtualy painless and the only bad thing was the swelling afterwards, but that went away after a few days, I had very fleshy round checks and now my face is much much slimmer, in fact people ask me now if Im a model, Hows that for results!! LOL ------------------ (6 replies)
... I have had the removal of the buccal fat pads done about 3 years ago now. At first I was happy with the results. ... (6 replies)
... As you age, that buccal fat pad actually helps keep you "younger" looking. ... (14 replies)
... Buccal pads are pads of fat in the cheeks. ... (3 replies)
... ead. The removal of facial fat, because I speak from experience is of personal choice. I had "chubby cheeks" before I had originally thought about removing the buccal pads. It really was the fat deposits around my mouth that I would have chosen to remove, but there is no surgery to correct this. ... (1 replies)
... d to freeze the nose go right up the nostrils and are horribly painful to tears..painful. During consult, I asked the doctor if something could be done about my fat cheeks, he suggested the removal of the buccal pads. On the morning of surgery, I reconsidered and told him to just do the nose. He said "well your here now.. ... (2 replies)




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