Would these results be realistic with Non surgical Chin Augmentation? (photos)
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Non-Surgical Chin Augmentation
However, fillers such as Radiesse and Juvederm Ultra or Voluma are excellent products that can be used safely to augment the chin. I would not be able to precisely determine the amount of Radiesse or filler needed from your photograph, but 2-3 syringes of Radiesse or Voluma should be enough.
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Would these results be realistic with Non surgical Chin Augmentation?
Fixing a receding chin with fillers
Radiesse or the newts approved filler, Voluma. Where I practice in Orange Country, Voluma is very popular and can last up to 2 years. It also produces more lift and you need less of it when compared to other fillers. You will probably need 2-3 cc of Voluma or 3-4 cc of other fillers.
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Find someone experienced at this sort of injection procedure and you may want to have 1 syringe on the first visit and another as a follow up. Good luck.
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Chin augmentation with Radiesse
However, for various reasons many patients do not wish to have surgery for issues such as this. Radiesse can be used to augment the area but there is no guarantee you will see the result you picture. I would recommend you consider having more than one session, to minimize side effects that are more likely with larger volumes. You might want to have one 1.5 cc syringe injected, and wait a month to see if you are happy enough with the result to stop there. If not, your dermatologist can advise you at that time as to how much more might be injected. Radiesse is supplied in 1.5 and 0.8 cc syringes.
From the front, your face should still have a natural and probably more balanced appearance.
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