Non-surgical procedures offered at MINA PLASTIC SURGERY indicate treatments that don’t require incision, long recovery times, and enable the clients to get back to their daily lives right after the treatment. The goal of these procedures may be lifting, adding or subtracting volume depending on the clients’ needs.
Certain angles and adequate volume make up the ‘ideal faceline’. When a slanted, horizontal line is drawn from the forehead to the tip of the nose and chin it should make an angle of 75~80°. This is considered an ideal profile for the face. Seen from the front, the ratio of the nose tip to the upper lip, and from lower lip to the tip of the chin should be 1:2 as this is considered beautifully balanced. Also, if the angle following the bottom of each cheekbone meeting at the end of the chin is measured to be around 25~30°, it is seen as ideal.
Dr. Cha of MINA PLASTIC SURGERY also takes the mathematical measurements of a person's face into account. Plastic surgery is part mathematics and part art. Dr. Cha combines both to produce the best results for you.