Hi Dr Lam,
I noticed all of your filler patients have really natural cheeks at rest and when animated (I was watching the testimonial videos).
Here in Australia, I work in the skin care industry. I see so many cheeks that bunch under the eye when someone smiles or laughs. I can also pick when someone's had filler done too superficially in the cheek area. It seems to move strangely when animated.
Are your great results due to deep product placement and a fanning technique? Is the Perlane injected over the bone & under muscle?
Also, if someone is developing recessed eyes with age, do you keep the cheek fill conservative to avoid making the eyes look even more deep set? (Another thing I see all the time in my line of work)