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Chin Reduction Without Surgery
Chin Reduction: In general, it is best to wait, when possible, for the body (and face) to finish growing before considering any cosmetic procedures. At 16, your face will likely continue to grow and this will affect your overall facial proportions. If chin reduction is done prematurely, then as the face continues to change, what may have been a good result intially, no longer looks good. ...Read more
Chin reduction pain: Chin reduction is generally not a terribly painful recovery. It can be described as more uncomfortable than painful. The first 3 days are generally the most uncomfortable, but can be controlled with pain medication. Chin reduction is usually easier than chin augmentation in that the surrounding skin and muscle is not stretched but allowed to relax. ...Read more
Depends on technique: The techniques and procedures can vary greatly. Whereas a typical isolated chin reduction may run from 3-5,000 USD, MORE COMPLEX procedures such as a sagittal split ostectomy may run upwards of 20,000 and include a hospital stay. ...Read more
Chin Reduction Cost: The cost of chin reduction will depend on the city/state in which the procedure is performed and also the individual surgeon's fees. Usually this procedure is done under intravenous or general anesthesia in a surgery center or hospital. A surgery center may be less expensive than a hospital but it can vary. ...Read more
Desire smaller chin: This is typically done for cosmetic reasons but may be indicated for medical reasons if your mandible is significant larger than our maxilla (prognathism) or is associated with a class Ii occlusion. The type of surgery performed depends on the appearance of the mandible and if it is isolated to the chin area or the entire mandible. Discuss with your dentist, orthodontist, oral/plastic surgeon ...Read more
No spot eeduction: Unfortunately there are no exercises which promote spot reduction of fat? This is the reason for the popularity of iiposuction and other localized reduction methods. ...Read more
$$$ chin reduction: The techniques and procedures can vary greatly. Whereas a typical isolated chin reduction may run from 3-5,000 USD, MORE COMPLEX procedures such as a sagittal split ostectomy may run upwards of 20,000 and include a hospital stay. ...Read more
Chin reduction: Chin reduction surgery is a cosmetic create a more harmonious profile, and help you feel better about the way you look. Thanks to chin reduction surgery, you can improve the appearance of your face and make your nose and chin appears better aligned. In some cases, however, facial liposuction may be all you need to make your profile appear smoother and better contoured. ...Read more
Not if due 2 bone: I am not sure that there are any specific exercises that will accomplish a chin reduction. Chin prominence is primarily due to bone and exercise will not reduce the bone. If due to fat, exercise will nit Redux this withnthe exception of massive weight loss which may not be healthy. ...Read more
Cost chin reduction: The techniques and procedures can vary greatly. Whereas a typical isolated chin reduction may run from 3-5,000 USD, MORE COMPLEX procedures such as a sagittal split ostectomy may run upwards of 20,000 and include a hospital stay. ...Read more
Chin Reduction: Please visit the website: AAOMS.org and search for an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in your area. ...Read more
I got a chin reduction done 6 months ago and it's still swollen but in the middle of the night while I sleep, my swelling is gone. Why is that?
Swelling postop: Swelling after surgery tends to come and go and when patients are sleeping and at rest the swelling tends to resolve. Once the awake and start doing more swelling tends to worsen. If this is bothering you or not getting better you should check with your surgeon! Best of luck! ...Read more
Can anyone refer me to a good plastic surgeon with experience in chin reduction/facial feminization?
Simply go to: Asps &/or asaps web pgs & use your zip code to find the closest members, who are competent by definition. ...Read more
Is a chin reduction dangerous? I have a long chin and I think a chin reduction would help, but im worried about letting the doctor actually take out bone. Could that be dangerous? And what if he takes out too much?
Chin reduction: It is not dangerous if done by an expert. I would stay away from shaving the chin. ...Read more
Is local anesthesia an option for a genioplasty procedure? I'm concerned about the level of anesthesia required for chin reduction. In the past I have had fairly adverse reactions when being put under general anesthesia and prefer local anesthesia wheneve
Chin Implant: Chin implants have become very popular these days — discuss options with a board certified plastic surgeon for more information. ...Read more
Variable: It really depends on the location and extent of the injury, as well as the condition of the patient. ...Read more
I want my chin to be like michael jacksons, wide and square. Can I get a chin enhancement surgery or facelift?
Yes but why?: Certainly almost any appearance can be achieved through extreme surgical procedures. However, you may want to consider the risks after a thorough consultaiton with a board certified surgeon. ...Read more
How much of a difference can be truly made for an adult that undergoes cranial facial surgery in removing back head flatness?
Surgery: Hard to answer from your description. You should discuss it with a surgeon ...Read more
I m having my double chin, which of course doesn't look good, advice, I don't want any surgery, if I control it with exersice?
Overweight?: If your chin looks just like mom's, this may be genetics in action. But, if you're overweight, start with modest weight reduction. If that doesn't take care of the problem, at least consider talking to a plastic surgeon to see what options you have. Liposuction may be one possibility. Keep an open mind. If it improves the quality of your life, it might be worth it. Lgromkomd. ...Read more
How long does chin augmentation surgery take? My best friend will be bringing me to have my chin augmentation. How long does the surgery take?
Chin Aug Surg Time:
in 30 to 45 minutes after the incision is closed, the procedure is done, unless the patient has requested other procedures as well. However, there is significant time for you to fill our paper work, and be released to go home afterwards.
https://pacificcenterplasticsurgery.com/procedures/face/chin-augmentation/. ...Read more
Hi I have tiny head&face 17cm long and wide, I'm 17 years old is this something that I should be worried about? Can I make it bigger? Surgery? Anything?
No: Sorry hut you cannot change heredity.Get a more detailed answer ›