With Patented BINDER SUBMALAR® FACIAL IMPLANT
Dr. William J. Binder Restores Youthful Volume and Fullness to the Face
Although there are no standard measurements to define the essence of beauty, almost all definitions have emphasized a well-balanced facial structure and a youthful appearance characterized by fullness of the cheeks. Unfortunately, many of us were not lucky enough to be born with perfectly balanced facial features and the fatty tissue of the mid-face tends to diminish with age.
FACIAL CONTOURING : Facial Implants for adding Structure, Balance and Volume
Understanding proper facial proportion is a key element of an attractive and youthful appearance. Nose and facial reconstruction specialist Dr. William J. Binder uses a new generation of anatomically accurate facial implants to raise cheekbones, strengthen and lengthen chins, rebuild noses and fill hollows under the eyes. This technique has come to be known as "facial contouring”. However, there had not been an effective solution for that tell-tale sign of aging--the loss of volume in the lower half of the face.
Face-Lifts Don’t Fill
That loss of that soft tissue causes a decrease in skin thickness and elasticity in the face, leading to sagging, hollowing and wrinkling. It’s a problem that’s prompting many to prematurely resort to expensive face-lift procedures. However, since the face-lift can only pull and tighten the face without filling it out, the results are often very disappointing. Dr. Binder turned to new technologies to develop a solution.
Using Computer (CAD) Technology to create a Volumizing Mid-Face Implant
Dr. Binder was already using computer imaging software to create custom implants to restore lost bone structure on patients. Then he began using this new technology to address the difficult problem of the loss of soft tissue in the lower face as one aged. The result is the BINDER SUBMALAR® FACIAL IMPLANT; the first submalar (below the cheekbone) volumizing implant and a new procedure to restore youthful volume to the face.