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Implants/ Chin

Chin implants, also known as chin augmentation or genioplasty, are surgical procedures designed to enhance the size and shape of the chin. The goal is to create a more harmonious balance between the chin, jawline, and other facial features.


  • The surgical procedure involves placing an implant over the natural chin bone. The implant is usually made of silicone or other biocompatible materials.

  • The surgeon may make an incision either inside the mouth (intraoral) or under the chin (submental) to create a pocket for the implant.

Implant Types:

  • Implants come in various shapes and sizes to accommodate different chin enhancement goals. The choice of implant depends on the individual's facial anatomy and the desired outcome.


  • Chin implants can provide a more defined and balanced profile by improving the projection and contour of the chin.

  • The procedure can enhance facial harmony and contribute to a more aesthetically pleasing appearance.


  • Recovery time varies, but patients may experience swelling, bruising, and some discomfort. Most people can resume normal activities within a week, but strenuous exercise should be avoided for a few weeks.


  • Chin implants typically provide long-lasting results. Once the initial recovery period is complete, the implant becomes a permanent part of the facial structure.

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