Is Bruising and Swelling from Chin Implant Surgery Minor?
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Chin implant bruising and swelling
You may experience bruising after implant placement but it should reabsorb by about 2 weeks. There is a fair amount of swelling in the area and this takes several weeks to fully resolve, though you should be able to resume your regular activities sooner. Some of the variability depends on the approach used for placement and implant size.
Swelling after Chin Implant
Swelling after chin implant procedure
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I tell all my patients that they could experience a bruise after a chin augmentation. Swelling is variable but certainly should be expected. Dressings, compression, icing, etc can reduce the severity of both. I think it is possible that bruising could be present for up to 2 weeks, although this is unlikely in my experience. Most of the swelling and bruising will settle in the upper neck. Best of Luck, Dr. Todd Hobgood.
Recovery from Chin Implant Surgery
Swelling and bruising after chin implant surgery are common and persists for 10-14 days. A few things to consider: size of the implant, the material and the approach (intra-oral vs external). Generally, it is one of the easier surgeries to recover from.
In most patients, downtime is less than 2 weeks after Chin Implant Surgery.
In general, most of my patients may resume normal social activities 7-10 days following Chin Implant Surgery. A minor amount of bruising may be concealed, and your swelling should be minimal 1-2 weeks after your procedure.
I hope this is helpful for you.
Regards from NJ.
Generally there is not much if any bruising, but there is some swelling following chin implants. The swelling typically goes down within the first couple of weeks.
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