Do you feel as though some parts of your face are out of sync? Like some features are off-balance with others? A small or receded chin can often leave other parts like your nose or mouth looking much larger than they actually are. If you are unhappy with the appearance of your chin and are wanting a stronger and more pronounced look, you may benefit from chin implants with Seattle cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Craig Jonov.
Dr. Jonov uses chin implants to improve and enhance jaw line contours and proportions. Frequently, these implants will help provide a more harmonious balance to your face and features so that you feel better about the way you look and more confident when meeting face to face with others.
Customizing Your Chin Implants
There are many shapes and contours of chin implants available. During your consultation, Dr. Jonov will walk you through your options in order to create an implant that will best achieve your goal look. Having a chin implant put in will help strengthen your jaw line and bring the chin into balance with the rest of your face.
These implants are made of silicone and will be placed through a discreet incision made either inside your mouth or under your chin. A small pocket will be created near the front of your jawbone for the implant to be placed.
Facial Implant Options
Dr. Jonov can use implants to bring better balance to the facial features of a younger patient. For instance, a teenage girl may want her nose reshaped with rhinoplasty, or her chin brought forward for a more proportionate appearance.
Older men and women may choose to have an implant placed in conjunction with another cosmetic procedure. For example, during a facelift, a patient with a weak or unpronounced chin may wish to have a chin implant placed to help restore a more youthful appearance to the jaw line and neck. Combining multiple facial procedures is a good way to rejuvenate the face as a whole to achieve your ideal look.
Learn More about Chin Surgery
For more information about chin implant surgery, contact Seattle Plastic Surgery today to learn more.