M.23: Seriously considering aesthetic facial surgery for more masculine profile. Orthognathic surgery or Implants? (Photos)
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Yes, it is common to augment the lower jawline from the chin to the angles to achieve a more prominent and defined lower jaw. It is also commonly done after a patient has had 'negative' orthodontics and does not wish to 'reverse' the orthodontics. The cosmetic results are very good, but the 'bite' stays the same
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