This procedure is similar to zygomatic arch reduction. However, Dr. Chuang will have to perform extensive “L”-type cutting, and the line for cutting has to be medially moved toward the zygomatic body. In this manner, the lateral one-third to half of the zygomatic body can be included for reduction, and the zygomatic arch on the posterolateral side can be simultaneously moved inward to achieve the reducing effect. This procedure makes the entire midface smaller and slimmer at the same time and obviously improves the high cheekbones or overtly masculine severe wide faces. For a few patients with severe hypertrophy of the zygomatic bone, this procedure can also be applied in combination with the segmental resection of the large zygomatic bone, which can remove extra parts of the zygomatic body and then fix the inwardly folded and rotated bone cross-sections with titanium screws and plates. This procedure will further reduce the width of the front face to achieve the maximum result, by 1.0 cm at most on average. However, because the area of skin detachment and the extent of bone reduction are extensive, surgeons have to carefully evaluate before surgery whether patients have good skin elasticity or support strength to prevent cheek sagging complications or whether it is necessary to simultaneously perform temporal midface lift. Most patients with obvious wide or big faces will need to undergo zygomatic body reduction and mandible reduction together to achieve more harmonious and balanced results.