I am not looking for a big change. I just want to look like me with a bit of projection from profile view and a few mm of length in front. What is the best type of implant suited for my face? i also do not want any change in the shape of my original chin. Your advice is very appreciated! Thankyou
What type of chin implant would best suit my face? (photo)
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What type of chin implant would best suit my face?
There are many choices available, and they can be customized as well. Sizing is important as well.
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Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA
While not being able to fully evaluate your chin without seeing it from the side, just keep in mind that a female chin should not over-project, or it can "masculinize" the face. Accordingly, make sure that your doctor takes a conservative approach. Regarding the type of chin implant, as you don't really want a change in the shape, rather just the projection, an implant should be chosen that tapers without much projection on the side of the chin (to be honest, this is the most standard type of implant out there these days).
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selecting the right implant for your face is not the only thing to consider. He want a select and implant that fits the shape of her face and creates a more oval or V-shaped face. In general I would recommend Silastic implants for safety sake because they are easily removed and have a lower risk of complications.
Typically I will select an implant based on the shape of the bone or mandible beneath the skin and I typically tailor my implants to the patient's desired outcome and their anatomy.
Chase Lay, MD
Double board-certified facial plastic surgeon
Asian facial plastic specialist
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