chin augmentation with an artificial implant
Surgery of the chin, whereby its shape and/or size is changed.
the surgery procedure that can strengthen the appearance of a receding chin by increasing its projection with an artificial implant.
a cosmetic surgery procedure in which the shape of the chin is altered to improve facial contours.
An operation to correct underdevelopment of the chin or to treat a receding chin. Most often a small implant of synthetic material such as proplast or silicone is placed beneath the skin at the tip of the chin to increase its projection.
surgery that increases the projection of the cheek or malar area which will enhance a deficient bony prominence or support sagging soft tissues. This can be achieved by implantation of synthetic silastic implants of different sizes and shapes, bone on-lay grafts or a bone cut (osteotomy) and advancement. This is also referred to as a chin augmentation
Surgery to balance a profile by enlarging, reducing or reshaping the chin
chin augmentation. An implant is placed underneath the soft tissue at the point of the chin to enhance the chin's projection
See Chin Augmentation