Facial Bioplasty


Because it is the central part of the face and responsible for facial harmony, it is crucial that the medical doctor analyze exactly what your case is: your dissatisfaction is to adjust and lift the nose tip, is the unaesthetic humped dorsum, is it to decrease the width of the nasal base?

The solution might be aesthetical, reconstructive, structural, functional (breathing difficulty) or other. The cosmetic Bioplasty preserves the nasal anatomy, not interfering adversely with the respiratory function, and, in many cases, it is even able to improve it.

The basic principle of nasal Bioplasty lies in volumetry. Through volumetry, by replacing and rearranging volumes, we are able to correct defects, augment or reduce, and improve angles, resulting in beauty and harmony.

By rearranging volumes, we can achieve a balance between the tip and the dorsum and, depending on the site of application, it is possible to reduce the nose by adding biomaterial (the so-called “reduction by addition”), i.e., a long nose will look shorter, for example, when a patient has a nasal hump: to correct it, the beginning and the end of the hump is filled (when indicated) and thus a nose that previously had a curve becomes straight, appearing to be smaller and shorter – the shortest distance between two points is a straight line! Whatever your discontent may be, without surgery or hospital stay—and only with local anesthesia—, Bioplasty can offer a fast solution in order to boost your self-esteem.


A young and well-formed jaw creates a defined face separated from the neck by the sight of its well-designed lines, achieving outstanding characteristics of beauty.

A better outlined jawline, a chin that is proportional to the face and a pronounced mandibular angle are aspects that lead us to clearly notice the transition between the face and the neck, delivering a pleasant and expressive aesthetic outcome.

Our beauty depends on our bone structure and, if by any chance the mandible structure is underdeveloped, we will tend to have sagging jowls due to lack of bone support. The size and volume of the masseter muscle play an important role in the mandible line: Bioplasty contributes to the reduction of both skin laxity and the undesired lateral “fat pads” in the area and also helps reach a look similar to a facial lifting, mainly if done together with a malar Bioplasty (in the cheekbones). (These “pockets” of fat that build up next to one’s chin and that hang out of the mandibular border, if not treated, will contribute to a “bulldog face”, softening the face contour.) For men, well-defined jawlines and a straighter mandible angle result in stronger and more masculine features.

For women, a well-defined jawline together with a well-contoured zygomatic area, creates the charming and desired “blush effect”.


The common features found among the most beautiful Western women, namely, a more prominent malar region, a well-marked jaw contour, the presence of a slight cheek depression (“blush effect”) and a good chin-to-nose balance are elements that, when well dosed and balanced, are the key to a remarkable and unique beauty.

For men, well-defined and pronounced jaws imply masculinity and strength, and thus more attractiveness. Differing from women, who present more delicate features, the “wilder” and “rougher” men’s lines are, the more male they look. Whatever the patient’s desire is, after studying one’s constitution in detail, Bioplasty can redesign the face, rebalance the lines, yielding harmony, and thus enhancing beauty.

Nasojugal Groove

The nasojugal folds—also known as palpebromalar grooves or simply “tear trough” or “eye dark circles”—present a noticeable mark below the lower eyelids (sometimes associated with darker skin), causing the patient to have a tired, serious or melancholic look.

By softening the folds in this area, Bioplasty has been offering patients excellent results making them look younger and healthier.

Zigomatic area

A well-defined zygomatic area is one of the most striking facial features. It is so outstanding that it has been named the “top model look”. Bioplasty in this area, when harmonically enhanced, highlights the face through the play of light and shade, providing a younger and more attractive look.

It is necessary to mention that, whatever the face (or body) procedure, “beautiful” is not necessarily “symmetric” although the result must always be harmonious and proportional to other face (or body) segments.

chin projection and contour

The chin is one of the spotlights for facial harmony and, for both men and women, must always be in balance with the nose. Mainly when looking from profile, if it is in the ideal proportions together with other facial areas, it will give the face more movement, harmony and charm.

It is important to remember though that each patient has unique forms and one’s evaluation is to be individual and not according to the models dictated by the media or fashion.

It may occur that more delicate traces do not look attractive due to possible changes in one’s look. Generally, more square and more marked shapes make men look more masculine and beautifully strong, showing off more maleness, vigor and self-confidence.

As for women, as they age, they tend to show reduction in the facial framework and general volume loss that hence lead to skin laxity and fat melting. Bioplasty is a good alternative to restore the volume lost through the years and to reinforce firmness and muscular tonus in order to recover more balanced facial features.

Chin Bioplasty can also help the ones who have facial deformities or alterations that harm face aesthetics such as hipomentonism (with an underdeveloped and under-projected chin, “pulled inwards”) and hypermentonism (with an over-projected chin, “pulled frontwards”).


The appearance of the lips is of great importance for the facial beauty assessment. Proof lies in the fact that women color them so that they look more attractive, more hydrated and more outlined. Nowadays women wish to have their lips enlarged with less invasive procedures.

The different lip movements produce many a number of expressions that contribute to the display of both personality and feelings.

Besides their role in speaking, breathing and facial morphometrics, lips also help mix food, and hold saliva and food. As well as other segments on the face, lips also suffer the aging process. Variables like age, genetics and environmental conditions interfere negatively in the appearance of the lips.

Age also determines the decrease of muscular tonus and skin distension. In addition to restore volume and repair asymmetries, Bioplasty can define new contours and recover the “M” shape of the double curve in the upper lip so that they look fleshier and more sensual. It is no coincidence that this little curve in the upper lip is called “Cupid’s Bow”.


Through aging, the human face suffers almost unperceptively a series of modifications at all levels: a face—that before had more prominent traces of beauty—loses its support, and the structures go “frontwards and downwards”, yielding the face an undesirable wrinkled and droopy “bulldog look”.

Mainly in this part of the face, there is a fat, muscle and even bone remodeling, changing also the act of speaking.

In this process, the mouth corners fall down bilaterally so that the face gets an expression of helplessness due to the “sad downturned” mouth corners. (Drooping mouth corners can be inherited sometimes.) The nasolabial folds go from the sides of the nose to the corners of the mouth and may extend to the chin laterals. That is why they are commonly called “smile lines”. The labiogenian folds go from the corners of the mouth to the chin, and they are popularly called “marionette lines”.

Whatever your case, Bioplasty can restructure and create support in this area to restore the vigor of youth in order to achieve a more balanced visage with better mouth and lip contours, softening the expression lines the years over time have left behind.

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