Customized To Your Standard of Beauty

Botox & Fillers have long been powerful tools in facial contouring and rejuvenation. At The Spiegel Center, we have many Asian patients who seek a stronger nasal bridge, a slimmer or more angular face, or eyes that appear larger. All of these cosmetic tweaks can occur without surgery using BOTOX and expertly placed dermal fillers. 

Frequent Specific Requests From Our Asian Patients

Standards of beauty differ from culture to culture, and even region by region. Most plastic surgeons in the United States only know techniques that emphasize Western standards of beauty and don't understand how to serve patients who are uninterested in Caucasian facial characteristics. 

The surgeons at The Spiegel Center, however, are well-versed in catering to clients of Asian descent. Some common areas TSC surgeons often treat include:

  • Eyelid augmentation/ enlarging the appearance of the eyes
  • Nasal bridge augmentation
  • Face slimming
  • Facial rejuvenation specific to Asian facial anatomy 

Brighter, Bigger Eyes Without Surgery

Dermal fillers placed under the eyes are a great way to make the face look refreshed and eliminate dark circles as well as under-eye bags. BOTOX can be an effective way to make the eyes appear larger by relaxing the orbicularis oculi muscles. A doctor who understands the intricacies of Asian facial anatomy and Asian beauty ideals is a must when administering neurotoxins or dermal fillers. 

For example, a shot of BOTOX that has too much product or is misapplied could drop the brow and make the eyes look smaller, giving the patient a sleepy appearance. Adjusted dosages and precise application points are vital for great results for Asian patients. 

Liquid Rhinoplasty

Our Asian patients often seek to improve the appearance of a low nasal bridge, or nasal dorsum. This can be accomplished by using dermal fillers to strengthen the bridge of the nose and create a more defined nasal profile. 

The goal of our expert injector Dr. Onir and her team is to enhance each patient’s facial structure without sacrificing their ethnic identity. One major benefit of a liquid rhinoplasty is that there is no downtime needed, and the procedure is significantly more affordable than a surgical rhinoplasty.

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A Non-Surgical Approach

The benefits of injectables include a lower cost and recovery period, as well as the ability to revert to the natural appearance once the fillers or BOTOX wear off. This can be helpful for patients who want to try facial recontouring before committing to a surgical procedure.

Treating Facial Wrinkles And Lines

Patients of Asian descent tend to require smaller amounts of BOTOX and other neuromodulators because forehead wrinkles are often less pronounced than they are for patients of other backgrounds. There are also some particulars in muscle length that are more common for Asian patients than non-Asian patients. For this reason, an experienced injector who understands the specific needs of Asian patients is vital for optimal results.

Non-Surgical Facial Recontouring 

Cheek enhancement is another popular request from our patients of Asian backgrounds. Volumizing dermal fillers can correct sagging cheeks and deep creases in the nasolabial folds and marionette lines, which tend to be more prominent among Asian patients because they often have larger fat pads in the mid-face. BOTOX can be used to make the face appear slimmer by weakening the masseter muscles. 

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Choose A Surgeon Who Understands Your Needs

At The Spiegel Center in Newton, Massachusetts, our esteemed and highly trained team of board-certified doctors has the experience and specific knowledge required to provide Asian patients with natural-looking results that are faithful to their cultural beauty standards. To schedule a consultation, contact our office today.

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