Removal of Bisha lumps
Removal of Bisha lumps is one of the most popular aesthetic surgeries nowadays.
We have Bisha lumps in the cheeks since birth. In infancy, they help babies to suck milk, protecting the weak muscles of the cheeks. In the process of growing up, the protective function of Bisha lumps disappears.
We all know that it’s very difficult to get rid of fat deposits on the face. Plastic surgeons often have patients complaining about their cheeks, because after having tried all possible diets and sports they haven’t got the desired result.
Moreover, the muscle tone weakens with age, cheeks sag down, forming so-called loose jowls on the sides of the lower jaw, that gives the face an unaesthetic look.
Indications to removing Bisha lumps:
- • inflammatory processes with increase in the size of cheeks;
- • removal of Bisha lumps is recommended for aged patients with a problem of sagging cheeks;
- • desire of the patient to remove the plump cheeks, reshape and refresh the face.
Contraindications to the procedure:
- • obesity (removal of fatty lump during obesity is impossible);
- • diabetes mellitus;
- • inflammations of the facial skin;
- • oncological diseases;
- • liver diseases;
- • epilepsy and mental illness.
This kind of surgery is low traumatic and can be performed under local anesthesia as well as under general anesthesia. The surgery takes for about 40-60 minutes and the patient may leave the hospital the same day. The final result will be
visible after 2-3 weeks – a clear oval of the face and the contour of the cheekbones.
There is also possibility of performing a combined surgery. Our plastic surgeons can make chin liposuction simultaneously with removal of Bisha lumps.