Member since 3/13/2013


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Reviews & Stories

Wish I Could Turn Time Back - Beautiful Result but Made Me Very Ill - New Jersey

In 2000 I made the decision to have a chin implant to balance my small face. The implant was two pieces, made of hypo-allergenic nylon that was made to adhere to the bone after time. I also had neck lypo. After the surgery I never felt right. I didn't connect it to the surgery as my mother was dying of cancer and I thought I was just depressed. The implant looked beautiful and changed my whole... READ MORE

Questions from unrested02

Fat Grafts on Chin, Smile Lines, and Cheeks 5 Days Ago; Are Sore Lumps Normal?

My face looks great; minimal noticable swelling; no bruising. I saw the doc yesterday because I had a lump on my left cheek. He put me on antibiotics though he saw no signs of... READ MORE

Recent comments from unrested02

Thefirstborn - I'm not sure what they called my "hypo-allergenic nylon" implant, but it was made to adhere to the bone by tissue growing around it. That's why it was used, so it would not move around, but, yes, the removal caused me... READ COMMENT

I'm sorry, Marilyn. I have a scar under my chin but you can't even notice it unless I show it to someone. I don't know what area you are from, but my surgeon is the best. If you want his name, I'd be happy to e-mail it to you. I'm... READ COMMENT

I guess back in 2000 it must have been the popular thing. It was supposed to be "hypo allergenic" and adhere to the bone after time and become part of your own body... no sliding out of place. So, I wasn't afraid because of the hypo... READ COMMENT

I'm sorry you are going through that. The implant I had was made to adhere to the bone... what type do you have? I actually saw my surgeon today and he is going to put fat in my chin and a few other areas on my face next week. (I was... READ COMMENT