The cheekbone prostheses are used when there is hypoplasia of the malar bone and therefore when there is a need to increase the bone area and change the skeletal structure of the skull. The cheekbone prosthesis are directly leaned on the periosteum of the malar bone and the introduction can be three-way, meaning introduced through the separation from lifting or minilifting for the temporal area, introduced directly, orally at the gingival scissors level above the premolar, or even through lower blepharoplasty. Usually it is introduced through minilifting. Lately, cheekbone prostheses have been replaced by lipofilling, meaning the transposition of fat from one area of the body directly in the cheek, therefore in the cheekbone area. It is obvious that lipofilling lasts less and is not final.