A well performed rhinoplasty usually makes the biggest difference if you can only do one procedure. However many people undergo the chin implant at the same time for an optimal result. Doing both does not make it really painful or give a long recovery time. However, the chin implant can always be done at a later date under a local anesthesia. Feel free to send pictures to the email on our website and I can give you a better opinion.
A photo or two would be helpful to evaluate your nose and you chin. Sorry, but I can;t really say much otherwise.
Plastic surgeons will generally recommend nose, chin, and/or neck surgery to improve one's profile. Forehead augmentation is another option that few plastic surgeons perform. The mutual decision depends on patient's anatomy and personal preference. Many physicians provide virtual consultations via email, etc. However, an office examination is always superior to determine appropriate options.
Hi and thanks for your question. I would be happy to see your photos and give you my recommendations. You can Email close up photos of the front, side and base (looking up at your nostrils) views to firstname.lastname@example.org. My office is in Wayne, PA which is in the western suburbs of Philadelphia and I would be happy to see you for a consultation with computer imaging. Thanks. Dr. Pontell
A rhinoplasty procedure can accomplish straightening the nose and shaving down the dorsal hump. When patients have a weak and recessive chin profile, a chin implant procedure is performed. A full set of photographs are required to make that determination. It is possible for you to send photographs to several plastic surgeons in your area to get their advice Privately. For many examples of rhinoplasty/ chin implant combination, please see the link and the video below
Hello and thank you for your question. Many patients can benefit from a rhinoplasty and a chin implant performed during the same surgery. This can help balance the face. The most important aspect is
to find a surgeon you are comfortable with. I recommend that you seek consultation
with a qualified board-certified plastic surgeon who can evaluate you in
Best wishes and good luck.
Richard G. Reish, M.D.
Harvard-trained plastic surgeon
Assessing pictures of your facial asymmetry would be critical in determining what could be done. You would have to either post pictures here or send them to the doctor(s) directly.