Chin implant would produce a very nice change for you and improve facial balance. Liposuction under the chin will further improve the result.
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA
A chin implant combined with submental/jowl liposuction yields a fantastic result. I would recommend a consultation with a board certified facial plastic surgeon. He/she will evaluate your chin in person and provide you with the best advice. I hope this helps, and I wish you the best of luck.
While both an implant or a sliding genioplasty can be done for your chin augmentation, the 'cobblestone' chin appearance is the key determining factor. This suggests that there is mentalis hyperactivity and this could be best improved by moving the bone rather than putting an implant just on top of it.
I suggest you have a chin implant combined with sub-mental and neck liposuction. This would improve the proportions of your lower face.
You will improve your profile by getting a chin implant or chin advancement and liposuction of the neck beneath the chin. These will be powerful tools for you.
The Photograpw shows fatty deposits in the neck and a weak chin profile. To improve the chin profile, consider a chin implant Which will help with a better facial balance and augment the chin area. The fatty deposits in the neck can be removed with liposuction.
You have a recessive chin and appear to be a good candidate for a chin implant or a sliding genioplasty. Simultaneous lipo would also help. There are other factors such as the way your teeth fit together and xray info that would need to be evaluated as well. Losing weight won't help much, it is a resistant area.
Joe Niamtu, III DMD
Cosmetic Facial Surgery
Yes, you are definitely a candidate for a chin implant to augment your chin. The purpose of the chin implant is to give the chin more projection. The jawline can also be enhanced with fillers to give angularity to the male jaw.
It is important to be evaluated for possible chin Implant and possible liposuction of the chin, neck area. Should be evaluated to determine if that will bring more harmony to the face. Also evaluate the neck fat to determine if the fat is above the muscle or below the muscle. Below the muscle fat need surgical excision.
Samir Shureih MD. FACS
From the photo you provided, it does appear that you would be a good candidate for chin augmentation with an implant. This procedure would produce more projection of your chin and I think would help with the area under your chin as well. I would consult with a facial plastic surgeon or plastic surgeon to be evaluated.