If you are looking for a permanent solution to achieving a well-defined or proportionate jawline and facial profile, chin augmentation with implants may be the procedure of choice for you. If you’re uncertain of whether or not a chin implant may be right for you, Dr. Few can simulate a surgical result using temporary soft tissue fillers to achieve a stronger chin during his chin augmentation procedure in Chicago.
If you suffer from a small chin with limited overbite, or alternatively, suffer from a large nose with a weakened chin, the chin augmentation procedure may help to greatly improve these aesthetic issues. Additionally, a chin augmentation can help to combat a double chin with a short neck that lacks definition.
As with any surgery, ideal candidates should be in good health, physically and psychologically, with no major medical conditions. Expectations should be for improvement rather than perfection, based on your confidential consultation with Dr. Few for chin augmentation in Chicago at his private practice.
TFI in Chicago has its own world-class outpatient medical center, accredited by the AAASF and outfitted with the most innovative and cutting edge technology and equipment. Our surgical facility offers all the same strict safety protocols as any local hospital, only with added convenience, discretion and personalized attention.
On hand to assist with your surgical journey is our team of credentialed, caring medical professionals. From our board-certified aesthetic nurse to our technicians and medical assistants, every member of our staff is passionate about going the extra mile to secure your success and well being.
Dr. Few will use either IV or general anesthesia so that you remain comfortable during your procedure.
After making a small incision under the chin, the implant is placed into the pocket created over the bone along the lower jaw. It is then affixed to either soft tissue or bone.
Incisions are closed with sutures, skin adhesives or surgical clips. The entire surgery takes less than an hour to complete.
Expect to be mildly sore and swollen for the first couple of days after surgery. Sutures are usually removed within a week’s time. Permanent results are visible as soon as the swelling subsides.
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