I see what you are saying and understand it is awful when you are unhappy with surgery. I have a surgery I am unhappy about and I know what you are going through. the first picture being of only chin seems to be leaning to the left and now you have made you chin protrude out with the implant so it emphasizes the lean a bit more. If you get it redone I would talk to surgeon about the the anatomy of your natural chin having the lean to begin with. It's like when you look at boob implant pictures. If the breasts were anatomically incorrect to begin with they will just be bigger anatomically incorrect after the surgery. I would imagine that they would have to fix your crooked chin and then place and implant over it to achieve your desired look. Is that possible? I have no idea..Would it be worth the risk? Might they screw it up and looks way worse? Will it the cost be exorbitant? I just noticed it's been a while and I am curious what you decided on.Best of luck .
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