Chin Up, Now!
Ever wish you had a more balanced looking chin instead of a weak or receding chin? Consider chin augmentation (Genioplasty).
Want a solution for a chin that is too strong and wide for the rest of your face? A chin reduction (Mentoplasty) can work for you?
Need a corrective surgery for a birth defect such as a droopy chin that inhibits eating? (Orthognathic) chin surgery can do an elevation.
While a prominent chin has been found to be associated with a strong personality, the size of your chin, especially when compared to your nose, partly determines your facial balance which is more important for most people.
If you nose appears too large or your neck fleshy, your weak chin may be responsible for this. A too large or wide chin creates similar balance problems. A chin implant can alter your facial appearance for good. It can improve the overall appearance of your face by restoring balance.
The success of results and the patient satisfaction are constantly on the rise explaining the enormous increase in demand for this procedure. American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that in the USA alone, more than 14,000 chin augmentation surgeries were performed in 2008.
While a chin implant can be had in any age, most chin surgery patients are adults as aging causes individual facial bones to shift, reduce, or enlarge.
Besides these age-related changes, other factors such as accidents, birth defects, a happy experience with fillers in the past, and a desire to have a more prominent chin, or simply a desire to achieve a balanced facial appearance generally encourage individuals to undergo a chin implant.
Why are so many people choosing to go for chin implants? Because they are safe, successful, less invasive, and reversible, if you don’t like the change. The odds that this should happen to anyone are very least, though.
If you would like to find out how we can help in your particular situation, contact us with confidence for a free, non-obligatory consultation with one of our specialists.