Chin augmentation surgery uses chin implants to enhance the chin to improve the face’s overall look and balance.
What is chin augmentation surgery?
Chin augmentation surgery is a type of plastic surgery that uses chin implants to enhance the look of the chin, particularly a small, or “weak,” chin.
Why get chin augmentation surgery?
For someone who is unhappy with their chin, or who experiences a lack of confidence as a result of a small chin, chin augmentation surgery can have many benefits, including:
- Make the face look more balanced, with a chin size that fits with the rest of the face’s features
- Reduce the double chin appearance that can be caused by a small chin bone
- Correct a weak, or recessed, chin
- Improve confidence in a patient’s appearance
What does chin augmentation surgery involve?
Chin augmentation surgery is performed under general anaesthesia, which means the patient is unconscious during the procedure. Patients can return home the same day.
During the surgery, the plastic surgeon first makes a small incision underneath the chin or inside the mouth. The surgeon fits the implant around the chin bone through this space, before closing the incision.
Chin augmentation surgery results
Chin augmentation surgery can result in a more balanced facial features and a stronger chin.
Get chin augmentation surgery with Centric Health
Many men and women from across Canada and all over the world choose Centric Health Surgical Centres for chin implants. Our renowned plastic surgeons have successfully performed chin augmentations for more than a decade. Our surgeons have years of experience and a commitment to excellence. Our modern facility and patient-centred philosophy will ensure you have a positive, rewarding experience. Let us help you regain your confidence and achieve the look you desire.
Next steps: Book your chin augmentation consultation
If you are ready to discuss your chin augmentation needs with our plastic surgeons, contact us to learn more and request a consultation today. To discover your health options your patient care coordinator will discuss:
- Your medical history
- Incision techniques
- Potential risks and complications