A chubby face has numerous causes, such as a pancake face due to a broad facial skeleton, a square face due to thick masticatory muscles, baby fat due to the hypertrophy of the intraoral fat pad (buccal fat), or a round face due to the accumulation of skin fat, which should be identified at the initial stage of management. If a round face is the result of excess subcutaneous fats, facial liposuction is conducted. This surgery is performed by creating an approximately 2-mm incision at the bottom of both earlobes or the chin. After the injection of proper hemostatics and painkillers into the affected sites, it uses the smallest liposuction tube to extract the fats at the hypertrophic area. In general, the fats removed are not enormous, but more attention should be paid to sculpt the sharper contour and tighten the jawline. For patients with subcutaneous fats associated with other causes, facial liposuction will be conducted along with intraoral fat pad removal, Botox slim face injection, or facelift to attain complete effects.