Facial Volume Loss

Facial Volume Loss

The decline of facial fullness often coincides with aging. The older we get, the less collagen our bodies produce and the more facial volume loss we experience. Thankfully, there is now a wide range of aesthetic treatments available to counteract this gradual decline. Here at Cleveland Primecare MedSpa, we can offer several options to help you restore your facial plumpness.


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What Causes Facial Volume Loss?

A decline in collagen is the main thing responsible for facial volume loss. This phenomenon is accompanied by subcutaneous fat loss. The resulting loss of elasticity and plumpness gives you a worn appearance. Then, cheeks become hollow and under-eye circles and bags begin to appear.

The good news is that collagen loss can be addressed, and facial plumpness can be restored through a simple set of treatments.

Treatment Options for Facial Volume Loss

Our treatments are minimally invasive and made to give you beautiful results with little to no downtime. We offer dermal fillers that enhance plumpness, PDO threads that reduce laxity, and Morpheus8, which performs facial recomposition.

These treatments can all be performed at one of our offices and can give you results that last for several months:

What Results Can I Expect?

Volume loss in the face can be remedied through a simple treatment, and results can last for a long time. When you arrive, we will evaluate your look, determine which treatment is best, and give you all the information you need to make a great decision. In most cases, several sessions may be necessary to get the results you want.

Schedule Treatments in Beachwood, Cleveland

If you’re struggling with facial volume loss, we have several treatments perfect for you. From dermal fillers to Morpheus8, we can help restore your facial plumpness and help you look beautiful. To explore our full selection, schedule a free consultation at our Beachwood office. You can get in touch by filling out the form below or giving us a call at (216) 329-3810.