Laser/VASER Liposuction, Chin Augmentation, Chin Implant, Non-surgical skin tightening: What do I Need Done?
- Asked by rickyrixon
- 1 year ago
Hi there, I'm a fit and healthy 28 year old man with no weight issues yet I have somewhat of a double chin. From some angles/distances it is not noticeable at all, where as from others is looks awful and really bothers me. I am about to finish my Invisalign orthodontic treatment and my teeth are looking great, but before I started this treatment my Orthodontist suggested that I should consider wearing metal braces instead and getting jaw surgery to improve what he says was a receding chin. The last thing which a 26 year old guy wants is to wear metal braces so I decided not to take that option, but I am now starting to regret it as my chin is bothering me more than ever.
I feel pushing my lower jaw forward would have helped to stretch out the skin on the neck and eliminate my double chin... But that's just my theory I might be wrong? But that's in the past and I am now looking at other options besides jaw surgery... I am not really bothered by the position of jaw/chin but just the hanging skin underneath it. What is the best option to get rid of my double chin? Thank you Ricky
Chin surgery or liposuction
I'd need to see a picture of your profile to give you more detailed information.
If your chin is small and you have ruled out orthognathic surgery, a genioplasty (moving the chin without moving the teeth) would help give you a stronger chin and would tighten the "double chin". Addition of liposuction at the same time would likely give you the result you want.
Since you are young, I think a genioplasty would be a much better option than a chin implant, as the result would be more durable over time.
Hope this helps,
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