Unhappy with Your Profile? Chin Augmentation May be Right for You

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You’re no Jay Leno. In fact, you’re the opposite. Your chin recedes, making your profile not very strong. If this is something that’s been bothering you, chin up! Dr. Lisa J. Learn can perform a chin augmentation to provide balance to your face and strength to your silhouette.

Chin AugmentationHow is it done? Well, either an insert is implanted through a small incision, fatty tissues are relocated, or bones are moved and reshaped. Whatever method you choose, the results are the same: a more rounded, prominent appearance—exactly the look you’ve always wished you had. Plus, you get the added bonus of tighter skin on your neck.

The procedure takes just about an hour and is done under mild sedation. Believe it or not, you will be able to resume light activity the very same day of your surgery, although it will probably take up to 10 days to return to work and partake in your usual activities. You will also likely experience some soreness and discomfort for a few months, but in the end it’s worth it if you’re feeling better about yourself.

So stop hiding behind that scarf! Throw out your tall turtlenecks! Present your chin to the public with pride. If you’re not happy with your profile and wish it was more pronounced, call Dr. Lisa J. Learn today at (954) 380-8411. Schedule an appointment at our plastic surgery office near Sunrise, FL. We’ll be happy to tell you more about chin augmentation or any other procedure that might interest you. Our goal is to help you not only look confident and happy, but feel that way too.

For years, I have disliked how my chin looks. I would really like to get plastic surgery on my chin to help make it look better. I think that this procedure would be really beneficial for me, and it sounds like it is fairly quick and isn't too difficult to go through. Thanks for this post, it was really great to hear more about chin augmentation! http://www.cosmeticeyelids.com
Posted by Julie Myers on April 9, 2015 at 04:18 PM
Recently I have been noticing that my chin isn't nearly as prominent as it used to be. I think that it would be fantastic to get some work done on my chin to make it look better. It makes my profile look much weaker, so it would be fantastic to make it look stronger. My first step should probably be to get an appointment with a plastic surgeon to see what I can do to make my chin look better! http://facialplastics.ucsf.edu
Posted by Julie Myers on March 6, 2015 at 04:49 PM

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