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You appear attractive with adequate chin projection. Consider consulting a reputable facial plastic surgeon so you could see what might be best for you.
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From your pictures it does appear that your chin projection is weak. I would suggest conservative augmentation in a female. A small or medium extended anatomic implant will help to balance your profile, but not overly masculinize your face. Good Luck
A chin implant would compliment your already attractive features. You need to discuss with your surgeon the type of implant as some them are masculinizing. The Implant EAC is a nice implant for females and I have had good results with it.
Joe Niamtu, III DMD
Cosmetic Facial Surgery
You have an attractive face with a slightly undersized chin. A chin implant procedure is an excellent choice for you.
Chin implants are manufactured in a variety of sizes and shapes, are inserted under local anesthesia through submental approach. The implant is composed of Silastic and is placed over the bone to augment a week chin profile. The primary augmentation is from the lateral profile to give added projection. The secondary benefit is to give a slight amount of width and length of the mandible and chin. For many examples, please see the link below
Adding projection to your chin is an easy fix! This will balance the lower half of your face very quickly. You can have fillers that will last temporarily or you could have a permanent chin implant. The recovery for fillers is a very quick. The recovery for chin implant will be a few days...you may have stitches for approx 7 days
yes, a genioplasty with either an implant or sliding genioplasty would address your concern. You have a good 'jawline shape' and some contouring of the chin could provide benefit.
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