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Remedies For Pointy Chin
Get a consultation..: With a qualified facial plastic surgeon in your area. One of the most important concerns with facial implants is keeping the face balanced in appearance. A feature which works well for one face does not necessarily work well on another. Fillers can be used for subtle augmentation, but implants or chin advancement work well for larger and/or permanent changes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Shouldn't: At 38 your bone structure is set, requiring surgery for alteration. Orthodontic treatment can reduce mid-face convex it's, making jaw appear more prominent. It's for reasons such as this that you should be seeing a qualified orthodontic specialist for your care. ...Read more
Weak jawline / retracted chin, is there any way to remedy or improve this without surgery? I'm 24 year old male struggling with a weak jawline and a somewhat retracted chin. This has had its impact on my everyday life, seeing how this has made me very in
Your : Your facial shape and bone structure are most significantly determined by your genetics. Chances are that you can find a parent or relatives in your family who have a jawline that is very similar to yours. Testosterone enhancement would almost certainly have no effect on the appearance of your jawline and chin, especially after the facial bones have stopped growing (usually around 16 years of age in a male). There are several options available to a person who wants to enhance the strength of his jawline and chin. Injectable fillers such as juvederm and Radiesse have been mentioned by others, but any significant enhancement of your jawline using these products would likely require high volumes of the products, and multiple reinjections over time to maintain the effect. For men who have moderate deposits of fat under the chin, limited liposuction to that area may help to enhance the existing jawline, and create the illusion of a stronger jaw and chin. The most common option for enhancing a weak chin and jaw is a procedure that uses either surgical implants or your own bone and tissue to broaden the chin and jaw, and create more forward projection of the chin. These procedures are typically done as ouptatient procedures, and have excellent long term results. In some people, the entire lower jaw (mandible) is small relative to the upper jaw, and this can create chewing and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems. When this is the case, your dentist may refer you to an oral surgeon to address this problem with a special type of operation that advances the jaw, improves the bite, and enhances your profile by bringing your chin into a more appropriately advanced position. I would recommend that you discuss your particular concerns and goals with a board certified plastic surgeon in order to determine what approach would be best for you. All the best, dr. Skourtis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have hair on my chin .In order to remove hair i used plucking method .But i found my skin get darker around affected area .Ptls suggest some remedy?
My chin hairs grow back daily even though i pluck them daily at the root. Why is that & what's a low cost remedy for it? My dermo is aware of it.
Anatomy suggests: A problem in the distribution of the mental nerve, which is a branch of the v-iii division of the trigeminal nerve. Cause could be of dental origin, but have seen problems over the naso-pharynx present in this fashion. Would start evaluation with your dentist, but later perhaps ENT if questions remain. ...Read more
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