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Total integration of facial contouring technology

#Zygomatic
Reconstruction

Petite and soft facial shape through meticulous planning

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01 Cheekbones
beautifully enhance
the facial aesthetics

Pronounced cheekbones, which give brutish and rugged look to one’s face, are the reason behind many visits to a plastic surgeon’s office. All the while beauty-bloggers and TV shows preach the importance of makeup that makes cheekbones pop.

It is ironic how we wish to both hide and bring out our cheekbones, but there is a clear explanation: appropriately shaped cheekbones that fit into the rest of the facial structures do not diminish the face’s beauty: they give it more depth and liveliness.

This is why we shouldn’t simply chip away at our cheekbones,
but rather take the approach that can let them shine within our face .

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02 The key is reconstructing
the cheekbones

BANOBAGI treats the zygomatic body and the arch as a singular unit and relocates the entire zygomatic complex. In other words, the cheekbone is cut out and moved to a better location, rather than simply being reduced. Because the effectiveness of the procedure depends on its safety and the size of the relocated area, this requires a customization-level osteotomic sensibility and the skills to push the area of incision to the extreme.

Common area of incision

Common area of incision

BANOBAGI’s maximum area of incision

BANOBAGI’s maximum area of incision

Cheekbones that have been improvedthrough such relocation of the existing structures are natural in shape and show more reductionin volume from many angles

03 Structural integrity
to match the enhanced aesthetics

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Other advantages of BANOBAGI’s procedure are its safety and endurance that come from the fixture technique which takes account of the force of the temporal muscle inside of the zygomatic complex.
In addition, both the front and the rear end of the contact surface are dynamically secured. This kind of proper fixture allows the human body to naturally heal as if it is mending from a common fracture, and the bone roots itself more firmly.

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Secure facial bone fixture that makes the cheekbones pop: BANOBAGI’s technical advantage.
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    Scientific analysis of the force exerted upon the zygomatic complex

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    Dynamics-conscious and firmly fixed contact surface

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    Simultaneous and secure fixture of both the zygomatic body and the arch

  • BANOBAGI’s technical advantage
  • 01

    Scientific analysis of the force exerted upon the zygomatic complex

  • 02

    Dynamics-conscious and firmly fixed contact surface

  • 03

    Simultaneous and secure fixture of both the zygomatic body and the arch

  • BANOBAGI’s technical advantage

Surgery Information

  • Operation Time

    About 1 hr. ~ 1 hr. 30 min.

  • Anesthesia

    General Anesthesia

  • Stitch Removal

    About 7 days after

  • Hospitalization

    Discharged on the day/
    About 1 day required

  • Follow-up

    About 1~2 times

  • Recovery

    Resume daily routine in 5~7 days

Post-op Pain Level
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Patients may experience aching pain after the anesthetics wear off.
Stiffness or discomfort may occur but can be relieved through prescribed drugs.
The pain level on the bones is less than that of skin incision as long as pressure or impact are avoided.
The pain and the swelling should reduce after approx. 5 days.
Systematic care allows for a relatively swift recovery.

* Consensus based on the actual patients’ response to questionnaire.

* Not a strict standard, and patients’ experiences may differ.

Aiming for a
cheekbone
enhancement that
prevents drooping
skin

Ideally, when a cheekbone moves and reduces in volume,
the soft tissue that covers the bone must adapt as well. However, if a given area of skin lacks elasticity or is aged, it may not adjust to the change in the bone, potentially resulting in a droopy cheek. Tear troughs, nasojugal grooves, and nasolabial folds are also common, due to the facial structure.

  • ear trough (Endotine)
    ear trough (Endotine)

    ear trough
    (Endotine)

  • Nasojugal groove (Elasticum, Endotine)

    Nasojugal groove
    (Elasticum, Endotine)

  • Nasolabial fold (Elasticum, Endotine)

    Nasolabial fold
    (Elasticum, Endotine)

Surgery Information

  • Operation Time

    About 50 min.

  • Anesthesia

    General Anesthesia/
    Local Anesthesia

  • Stitch Removal

    About 14 days after

  • Hospitalization

    Discharged on the day

  • Follow-up

    About 1 time

  • Recovery

    Resume daily routine in 5~7 days

Post-op Pain Level
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Patients may experience aching pain after the anesthetics wear off.
Stiffness or discomfort may occur but can be relieved through prescribed drugs.
The pain level on the bones is less than that of skin incision as long as pressure or impact are avoided.
A tightening sensation may occur, depending on the facial expressions made and the location of Elasticum and Endotine.
The pain and the swelling should reduce after approx. 5 days.
Systematic care allows for a relatively swift recovery.

* Consensus based on the actual patients’ response to questionnaire.

* Not a strict standard, and patients’ experiences may differ.

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