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How Risky is Jowl Liposuction?
I had Chin Liposuction in August. Fat was removed under my chin, not the jaw line. My face looks larger now as my jowls are still round, while my chin is more defined.
My surgeon didn’t touch the jowls because of too small amount of fat and risk of nerve damage. I have found another surgeon who says she can remove the jowl fat with P.A.L. (Power Assisted Liposuction).
She said nerve damage is extremely rare; potentially a nerve can get squeezed and temporary affect the face, but since the cannula is round, it is impossible to cut a nerve. Is this true?
Jowl liposuction is effective and safe
Risks of chin and jaw liposuction
Facial nerve injury is a risk of jowl liposuction
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