Sunken cheeks can occur as a part of the initial ageing process as well as weight loss and illness. Sunken cheeks materialize as a result of the loss of subcutaneous fat around the mouth and eyes. The natural bone structure remains intact whilst the cheeks sink in appearance.
The constant smoking of tobacco as well as exposure to harsh weather conditions, can also demolish the nutrients within the blood vessels which causes them to lose elasticity. Other factors that can contribute to sunken cheeks include poor diet, dehydration and extreme exercise. In serious cases, sunken cheeks can indicate chronic illness and serious health conditions such as cancer, bulimia and tuberculosis.
Sunken cheeks can be found in both men and women.
We provide the following treatments for Sunken Cheeks: