Cheek Fillers

Cheek Fillers (injections) Sydney

One of the main effects of ageing and weight loss is that our cheeks lose volume. Cheek fillers can enhance cheekbone projection, improve facial symmetry, and restore facial volume.

Most of our patients pick temporary injectable fillers for cheek enhancement because they provide safe, efficient and non-surgical cheek augmentation with minimal risk.

Injectable or dermal fillers rejuvenate the face and are now used by both men and women as an alternative to cosmetic surgery. Combined with preventative wrinkle and anti ageing treatments, this is an efficient, non-invasive treatment option for many individuals. After treatment the cheekbones become more noticeable, the nose to mouth folds soften, and the skin appears tighter.

Candidates for Cheek Fillers

Patients who want to improve the shape and size of their cheeks may be suitable for cheek filler treatment. Individuals who have cheek abnormalities can also obtain significant enhancement with zero pain, recovery or risk.

The Procedure

When considering cheek injection treatment, you should only trust experts with proper training and experience. At Dr Saras & Co, we have the highest standards of certification and training, and we make sure that all of our clients leave our clinics located in Annandale, Double Bay and Miranda with the most natural-looking results.


  • During your initial consultation all of your concerns are addressed and your specific goals are set. Any medical issues are discussed, and a thorough examination is performed.
  • A treatment plan will be customised to meet your needs.
  • One of Dr Saras & Co’s highly skilled clinicians will perform the cheek filler treatment.
  • The procedure normally takes 30 minutes, but the length of the treatment all depends on the number of injection sites and cheek fillers used.

Post Treatment

  • Every patient reacts differently to cheek filler injections, and side effects are rarely seen. However, if side effects develop, they can include slight swelling, redness, pain or bruising.
  • If bruising and swelling materialise, this is normally experienced when there are multiple injections sites and a few days after the cheeks have been filled.
  • We recommend refraining from using medications that may encourage bruising like anti-inflammatories, aspirin, herbal supplements and vitamin E.