A chin implant will change the profile and proportions of the face, and is a good option for many who want visible results via a relatively simple procedure.
How's the treatment going?
A chin implant changes the location of the overlying soft tissue and changes the profile on the chin. With regard to the musculature and nerves in the relevant area where the implant should be placed it is appropriate to insert the implant via a small incision under the chin. Alternatively, the chin implant can be inserted via incision in the mouth. The implant attaches to the bone to ensure that the location becomes permanent and for the best possible result. There are various types and sizes of implants and on consultation with our medical specialist you can find the best solution for you.
What to Expect
By operating a chin implant, the patient expects a clear change of facial features, a profile and proportions after the procedure may result in bruising and swelling in the relevant area, but this disappears after 1-2 weeks. There is a small risk of temporarily impaired feeling at this type of surgical intervention, permanently impaired sensation occurs very rarely.