I Want Balance to my Face
- Asked by London557 in London
- 2 years ago
I would like to find out if one procedure would help or if I would need lots to get balance to my face. Thin jaw, no chin and protruding forehead . I know jaw and chin implants are available but ideally it's the forehead shape and rounding of my overall face that I would like to achieve. Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Forehead, jaw and facial reshaping.
This can involve complex surgical procedures which are generally performed by a craniofacial surgeon. You should seek a surgeon with these skills.
Web reference: http://www.bodysculptor.com/
Your Question Cannot be Answered without Photos
There is no real way to answer this question without a visual reference. There are many techniques available, but applicability is predicated on images, a physical examination, and more information.
Types of Surgery
Plastic surgery is a very visible field. Without photos of you or examining you in person, it is impossible to give you specific advice. Good luck.
Web reference: http://www.ShaferPlasticSurgery.com
Facial Plastic Surgery Photos
Achieving Facial Balance
Posting photos would help but as a general rule, the only single procedure that would have the potential to balance your face would be with the use of filler. By making use of the ability to manipulate shadows and highlights it is possible to give the appearance of a more balanced facial proportion. If you want to understand how this works, pick up a good book on makeup. It will explain the technique.
Balance of the face
Good question. but wiothout photos it is difficult to say what could be done for your brow and for your chin.
Without photos, I would be guessing as to what the problems of your face are and how much work would be needed to correct these. I would need to see photos.
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