How much does chin liposuction cost?

Depends. Thr price of surgery will vary tremendously based on extent, time, facility technology, operating room, anesthesia, supplemental procedures ( chin implant) etc, having said that it will range from $1500-5000.
Varies. Chin or submental liposuction is a minimally invasive technique to define the jawline by removing excess fat and the appearance of a double chin. It can improve the contour of the cervicomental angle and reduce the appearance of a double chin. Risks include bleeding, infection, nerve injury, irregular contour, scarring, and need for revision. Costs vary.
Ballpark estimate. Cost estimates include surgeon's fees, anesthesia, facility fee, & implants neck/chin liposuction: $2, 500 – $3, 500.
Wide range. The price varies widely depending on the geographic region, type of physician performing the procedure (ie: specialty, amount of training and experience), use of general anesthesia vs. Local tumescent anesthesia, type of facility, outpatient or operating room. Price can range from $1500 to $5000.

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How much does chin liposuction usually cost; and is it just one procedure?

Varies. It depends on how many areas and how large a volume of fat one is planning to evacuate and how long the procedure will take..A safe range is $1000 dollars to $10, 000 dollars. Read more...
Varies w extent/Anes. The cost will vary with extent of the procedure and anesthesia as well as adjuvant procedures such as chin augmentation but as an isolated procedure this will vary from $1500 up to $5000. Read more...
Varies. Costs will vary from one practice to another depending on many factors. Best to choose plastic surgeon based on quality of work/safety considerations, not cost. Read more...
Cost of lipo. The cost of liposuction varies depending on the practice and your geographic location. You should shop for the best surgeon, and not the best price, look for a board certified plastic surgeon. http://www.dassmd.com/liposuction/neck-liposuction-los-angeles.html. Read more...

How much swelling will I have after chin liposuction? I've seen some people complaining that they looked worse after chin liposuction than before. Does it really cause that much swelling? .

The . The amount of swelling after any surgery can vary quite a bit depending on how extensive the procedure is. The swelling is usually that bad, but this is all relative. Ido find that wearing the compression chin strap dressing after surgery help clear the tissue swelling faster than if you don't wear it. Read more...
It varies. The amount of sweilling depends. How your body responds to the injury is one of the primary factors. Tumescent liposuction helps decrease post operative swelling and bruising, as can adjunct treatments and medications. Swelling peaks in 24-48 hours, and resolves quickly. Residual swelling goes away gradually over several months. It is not possible to give you and estimate without seeing you. Read more...
Varies. Liposuction surgery of any part of the body is associated with postoperative swelling that may last for several months. The majority of swelling resolves within the first 2 weeks. Full skin redraping may take several months and even up to one year to occur. Read more...
Garment. You need to wear a compressive garment after chin liposuction to prevent swelling. If you don't by gravity post operative fluid will build up under your chin and when it gets ultimately absorbed, will leave irregularities or lumps. Read more...

What are the concerns of chin liposuction?

Same as any lipo. Concerns relate to the indications. Does the patient have sufficient skin elasticity? Is fat the problem? Is another procedure a better option (implant or facelift)? Technical concerns relate to removal of enough but not too much fat as well as avoiding injury to nerves providing sensation or motor innervation. Read more...
Very few. #1) be sure your not having unrealistic expectations, ie that your hoping for a facelift result. Read more...
A few . Liposuction for the chin is at times not adequate. When more than solely fatty excess is present (older patients, ) a neck lift might be more appropriate. As long as it is performed in the right environment by a qualified doctor, chin lipo is safe. Read more...
Results. Careful patient selection is very important; for example, if the patient has poor quality elasticity or loose overlying skin of the chin area, aesthetic results may be very poor and additional surgery may be necessary. Patients should do their due diligence carefully when selecting plastic surgeon. Read more...
Chin liposuction. Chin or submental liposuction is a minimally invasive technique to define the jawline by removing excess fat and the appearance of a double chin. It can improve the contour of the cervicomental angle and reduce the appearance of a double chin. Risks include bleeding, infection, nerve injury, irregular contour, scarring, and need for revision. Read more...

Chin liposuction concerns. Can you end up lumpy?

It's possible. With any procedure, there is always a chance that things may not turn out as well as planned. Lumps under the skin can be caused by fat left behind, fat cells that don't survive and become hard (fat necrosis), some bleeding, or technical errors on the part of the surgeon. The best reason to use an experienced plastic surgeon is to help prevent complications or treat them should they occur. Read more...
Improbable. When done by competent md, the techniques used are designed & tend to prevent such irregularities. Read more...
Rarely . If you are a poor candidate or have a novice surgeon, problems are more likely. If properly screened and operated it is rare. Read more...
Yes . Yes, irregularities or "lumpiness” are potential risks associated with liposuctionsurgery. Careful selection of plastic surgeon is important. Selection of appropriate patients with good quality overlying skin elasticity is also important. Read more...
Possible. Chin or submental liposuction is a minimally invasive technique to define the jawline by removing excess fat and the appearance of a double chin. It can improve the contour of the cervicomental angle and reduce the appearance of a double chin. Risks include bleeding, infection, nerve injury, irregular contour, scarring, and need for revision. Read more...

What age do you have to be to get chin liposuction?

No set age. You probably mean NECK liposuction, since we don't lipo the chin. Underneath the chin is the "submental" neck area containing fat, but also loose muscles (the Platysma) which may need to be tightened with sutures after the liposuction. Also, excess skin may need to be removed behind the ears to give a good tight result. A surgeon should be able to tell you what treatment you need.after your visit. Read more...
No age limits. There is no maximum or minimum age for having SmartLipo. Older patients may have more skin laxity which can be improved with the laser tightening associated with SmartLipo, younger patients (under 50) tend to get better results because their skin tightens better. For more info see: http://www.omahacosmeticsurgery.com/contouring-procedures-category/smartlipo-triplex-technology/ Read more...

Help please? How old do you have to be to get chin liposuction?

Usually at least 18. I do not think liposuction should be done on children. Diet and exercise is the safest way to contour our body. However, as we age there are areas that do not respond to diet and exercise and these areas are prime candidates for liposuction. Read more...
See your doctor. Liposuction is done under the chin usually with the neck area and jowels. See your medspa doctor to discuss what is appropriate for you. You are certainly old enough but the medspa doctor may also show you some noninvasive skin firming and tightening radiofrequency options that may take care of your issue. Read more...
I don't recommend liposuction for the area under the chin. Removing the fat in the submental or neck area is better done by direct excision through a small incision under the chin. This allows the surgeon to remove the fat from on top of the muscle and under the muscle where it is often located. Under the muscle cannot be addressed in any other way. This approach also allows the skin to be lifted from the muscle and the muscles reapproximated and tightened so that the skin can drape in a better way and restore the angle of the neck. Read more...

I just had chin liposuction. How long do you think it will last?

Long time. If you maitain your diet and weight it will last very long time barring your aging process.Skin will sag with age. Read more...
Forever. The fat you had removed will never return. The fat that remains behind can still increase in size if you gain weight, but that old fat is gone forever. Your skin however, will continue to age and you might want some sort of skin rejuvenation procedure down the road to maintain your youthful appearance. Be well. Read more...
For a very long time. Once the fat under the chin is removed, it should not come back. You would have to gain a substaintial amount of weight for it to return. Read more...
Depends on you. If you maintain a stable weight, it will last forever. If you gain a significant amount of weight, some fat may return there...But mostly you'll tend to gain weight in other areas. Read more...