8 Jan | 2016
8 Jan 2016
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Chin augmentation inserts an implant under the chin to alter the jawline and improve facial profiles, and one common concern about chin augmentation is the worry that the alignment of the implant can be knocked askew. Luckily chin implants rarely slip! The problem with alignment usually happens during the surgery due to crooked placement of the implant. Allow your implant to set immediately after surgery There are a wide variety of procedures available for someone interested in augmenting their jawline, including: fixing the jaw bone to the implant or allowing the implant to set next to the jaw inserting the implant through an incision under the chin or through the mouth choosing from a range of implant materials such as silicone, mesh, hydroxyapatite, medpor, or Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Regardless of the choices made by your surgeon regarding the implant, you will be wearing a chin strap for up to a week…

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7 Dec | 2015
7 Dec 2015

A chin augmentation can dramatically improve the look of your whole face! Often overlooked, a strong chin is important to the general structure, balance, and symmetry of your face. During a chin augmentation, your chin is widened and filled out. There are a few ways this can be done: Fillers such as Juvederm Fat harvested from your own body Silicone implants Following a chin augmentation, it’s important to take the best possible care of yourself to ensure a healthy and…

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