What Procedures Do I Need To Get The Male Model Look?
Q: Dr. Eppley, I was wondering how close you could get me to looking like this guy. (link attached)
I’ll attach some photos of myself and explain what I’d want to change to try and match the male model look.
I want to know about forehead implants and how to go about getting my forehead to look as similar to his as possible. My forehead slopes back so I want it looking flat and a defined eyebrow ridge.
I also want to know about jaw implants and how to make my jaw as angular as absolutely possible and much wider.
I really want that sucked in cheek look as well so I want high cheekbones but I’ve read that cheekbone implants aren’t very effective, is this true?
(like this guy in the leather jacket)
Look forward to hearing your assessment on how I could best go about looking as much like this guy or just a male model that might suit my face better.
A:Thank you for your inquiry and sending your pictures. While it is good to have goals, all you can do is take the face you have and see how its proportions and shape can be changed. In that regard that means a forehead-brow bone implant, high infraorbital-malar implants with buccal lipectomies and a jawline implant is how you would reshape your face.
Traditional or standard cheek implants will not create the high cheekbone look, that is true. It requires custom infraorbital-malar implants to create it.
Dr. Barry Eppley