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Chin augmentation is a cosmetic surgery procedure that creates a strong chin to bring greater balance to facial features. As we age, the chin tends to recede, making the face look out of proportion and giving less definition to the jawline. A better-structured chin can make a dramatic difference to the profile of the face and is often conducted in conjunction with a comprehensive facial plastic surgery plan to rejuvenate the face. A chin implant can produce subtle but very definite cosmetic improvements and with either permanent or temporary results.

Am I a Candidate Chin Implant?

A suitable candidate for a chin augmentation procedure is someone with a receding or sagging jawline. A chin implant can remove excess fat from the chin, restore lost volume and create a more pleasing profile. Chin reductions can also be performed by our surgeons to reduce the bone to make the chin less prominent.

Before Chin Implant Surgery

Prior to your procedure, have a detailed consultation with our reputable cosmetic surgeon. Chin implants are often conducted in conjunction with a comprehensive facial plastic surgery plan to rejuvenate the face, so the chances are you may need more than one procedure to achieve the desired result.

Recovery – You will usually require up to a week of recovery time following a chin implant procedure.

Benefits of Chin Implants

Facial contouring of the chin reduces the appearance of jowls and sagging skin around the chin, giving a more youthful profile to the face.

Risks and Complications – It is normal to experience some discomfort and difficulty moving your mouth for several days following chin implant surgery. Most swelling and bruising will improve within a week, although you may feel a degree of numbness for several weeks. Rare potential side effects include infection, a reaction to the anaesthesia, or a collection of blood underneath the skin which may need to be removed with a syringe.