Facial Volume Loss

Facial volume loss is usually noticeable in the form of hollow/sunken cheeks or temples and thin lips.

Request Appointment

What is facial volume loss?

Facial volume loss is usually noticeable in the form of hollow/sunken cheeks or temples and thin lips. This can give off a grim appearance. Hollow cheeks appear to recede inward into the facial bones, instead of projecting outward. As with most aesthetic concerns, the aging process often results in a loss of facial volume. Not only do our bodies produce less collagen (which gives skin its elasticity and plumpness), but subcutaneous fat is lost as we grow older. A sudden loss of weight, smoking and other poor lifestyle choices can also accelerate this look.

Thinning lips describes a common concern among women and men, even at an early age. Around the 30s, you might notice that your lips are becoming thinner and deflated. The fact is, thin lips occur for the same reason that your skin begins to sag over time: lost collagen and hyaluronic acid (HA). Collagen and HA give our lips plumpness, moisture and an overall look of youthfulness. Lip shape and size is also determined by genetics. If your lips are naturally small, there’s a good chance that your lips will begin to thin out in your late 20s.

Schedule a consultation in central Oregon

If you are suffering from facial volume loss and you live in or around Bend, Oregon, schedule a consultation at Refine Medical. During your consultation, we can determine which dermal filler is right for you. We offer a variety of Juvéderm injectables that can add volume back to your face, giving you a more youthful look.* Request a consultation on our website or give us a call at (541) 330-6292.

*Individual results may vary; not a guarantee.

Leading You to Better Health

Request an appointment so that we can provide you with beauty, balance and better overall health.*

Request Appointment

Join Our Newsletter

Sign up to get the latest news and information about Refine Medical in Bend, Oregon and get 10% off any treatment!


We're happy to answer any questions you may have, feel free to call us at
(541) 330-6292