4 FAQs About Chin Implants
When you have an issue with the shape of your face you would like to have corrected, you start to notice it everywhere. It’s the first thing you see in the morning. You notice it in family pictures and dream about how you would look if it were corrected. You may even begin to wonder if your weak chin plays a role in job interviews and promotion schedules.
Your chin is a vital part of your appearance. It frames your smile, balances your facial features and defines the end of your face. If you have a receded chin, you may feel as though your face isn’t quite proportional. Fortunately, you can fix what nature left you with.
Dr. John P. Freeman offers patients of his Houston-based office a professional chin-implant surgery. Dr. Freeman is an award-winning cosmetic surgeon who is dedicated to helping people reach their beauty goals and gain self-confidence. To set up an appointment to discuss your goals with Dr. Freeman, Call Us At 281-599-9445 Today!
1. Can Chin Implants Be Combined With Another Cosmetic Surgery?
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) advises that chin-implant surgery is often performed in conjunction with other surgeries to create a more comprehensive aesthetic solution. The key goal of facial cosmetic surgery is to find a balance between all the different facial features. In many cases, this means working on several areas at the same time.
The most common surgery that is combined with chin-implant surgery is a rhinoplasty (nose surgery). Your profile’s two most prominent features are your nose and your chin, so it only makes sense to focus on finding a balance between the two.
2. Do All Chin Implants Look The Same?
Chin augmentation is customized to each patient. Implants come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They can be used to make your chin appear wider, stronger or longer. During the procedure, you surgeon may also remove any excess fatty tissue from the area to make your jawline more defined.
3. Will The Surgery Leave A Scar On My Chin?
To insert the implant, a small incision is made in the crease under the chin or inside the mouth. In both cases, the incision is strategically placed to ensure that the scar is not noticeable.
4. Am I A Good Candidate For Chin Surgery?
People who are looking to improve the structure of their jawline should consider chin augmentation. Chin implants will not help people who are looking exclusively for skin rejuvenation. Also, unlike facial fillers, they offer a permanent solution for a weak jawline.
When determining the size and shape of implant to use, consideration must be given to the overall width of the face, the spacing between the eyes, the length of the nose and the shape of the forehead. Dr. Freeman’s education at Vanderbilt University gave him the expertise necessary to make the choice that will best fulfill each client’s goals. To set up an appointment with Dr. Freeman, Call Us At 281-599-9445 Today!