Face is the index of the mind. A person's face is the first noticeable part of the body and so its unique characteristics have major psychological implications as well as social significance. Any disproportion in the face or any unusual features are inevitable. The chin, cheeks and nose are a few major areas where aesthetic facial enhancements can be done, in order to make the whole face look proportional. Asymmetries in any of these facial features may result in making the person more self-conscious and lead to low self-esteem. This is where functional face aesthetics treatment comes in handy. Orthognathic surgery or jaw surgery has a major role to play in aesthetic facial enhancements. This facial treatment has a big impact on normalizing disproportions. However, the cosmetologist or an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, in a few cases, may suggest the correction of other aspects of facial aesthetics. The cheek is another part, which can be augmented by skeletal surgery or implants. Rhinoplasty is another famous aesthetic procedure that involves the correction of nose. Anti-ageing corrections are done in order to tighten the face muscles and restore youthful appearance. Chemical fillers are another augmentation technique used to improve wrinkles and to correct thin lips. The above are the various forms of facial treatments and they take a few days to weeks' time for the process and recovery. They result in increase in the confidence of a person by correcting all the disproportions in the face.