Chin Implants

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Chin implants are made of natural soft pliable material and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. In determining the selection of this implant, it is important to have a holistic approach to the entire face.

The surgery can be carried out with either a local anesthetic, intravenous sedation, or a light general anesthetic. The approach can be either intraoral (inside the mouth) or with a subtle incision in the natural crease just beneath the chin.

Right after surgery, tape is applied to stabilise the implant, and this is removed in 1 week. There are dietary restrictions for the first week, and most patients need to modify their physical activities at the gym for the first two weeks.