American Society of Plastic Surgeons
For Medical Professionals
one year ago

Chin and Jawline implant

I struggle a lot with the “crookiness” of my jawline and chin. I feel like one side of my jaw is stronger and more prominent than the other. I also hate my chin and would like to make it look more “outwards” and strong. Are implants a good cosmetic option for me? Note: I’m currently planning a fat graft on the left cheek where the jaw is weaker to help correct hollowness. Please excuse my looks!

Procedure: Chin Surgery
Location: Braga, AL - Portugal

Replies 3

Rodrigo Camacho Acosta

i think you should try to put some botulinic toxin in the stronger side , it would maybe help to reduce the volume of the mandibular angle despite of a stronger masticatory muscles hypertrophi, the silicon implants for the chin can help you to achieve the shape you want to, and i think that morpheus 8 is a great option for the jaw line

Alfred Antonetti
ASPS Surgeon

There is absolutely nothing wrong with you and you should not do anything to your face.

Tanongsak Panyawirunroj
ASPS Int. Surgeon
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I recomend you to do Botulinum toxin injection for masseter muscle to adjust muscle side and do some jaw line filler for more even and sharpen jaw line.


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