There are a variety of facial shapes and sizes, but a weak chin is often a source of concern and self-doubt. We’ll help you restore your confidence by enhancing the look of your chin.
A chin implant, or the more rare cheek or jaw implant, will bring more definition to your face and will increase your confidence by helping you feel more normal about the shape and contour of your face.
Usually done in combination with other procedures, a chin implant designed specifically for you will be inserted just in front of the jawbone in your chin. It will be tailored to bring you the results you want, and will help increase your confidence in your appearance.
- A more defined jawline for increased confidence
- A balanced and proportional face
- Added contour to highlight natural beauty
Who is it for?
Ideal candidates are those who have smaller chins but with normal presentation of the teeth.
Step 1: Consultation with one of our specialists. We want to understand your goals for the procedure and your desired results. We will offer guidance and opinions on the best course of action. We will also take any necessary measurements at this time. If you have any questions or hesitations, now is the time to ask!
Step 2: Book an appointment.
Step 3: Prepare yourself by reading the educational material provided and following pre-surgical advice.
Step 4: Procedure day!
Step 5: First look at the outcome. Keep in mind there may be swelling and redness, depending on the procedure. Therefore the best approximation of final look will be after adequate recovery time.
Step 6: Recover. For best results, please follow all post-surgery advice and enhance healing with appropriate sleep, nutrition and hydration.
Step 7: Come back in for a follow-up appointment to ensure proper healing and optimal results.
How it Works
The chin implant will be attached to the jawbone to bring the proper proportion to your face. We will work with you to discuss how you want to accentuate your lower face and neckline.
What is the recovery time?
Typically, patients will recover within two weeks and can return to normal activity as early as one week. Some swelling is expected, but results will be seen quickly.