Chin Surgery in Thailand
A weak chin can make a normal nose appear large and an already prominent nose seems even larger. It may also give the appearance of a ‘fleshy’ neck. It can result in throwing the face off balance however after surgery there should be a balanced relationship within the structure of the face.
After having this procedure you can notice a very signifcant difference however the implants look very natural. Often after surgery other people canot work out why you look so much better but they know you do (this can be your little secret).
This procedure is quiet popular because it’s a relatively easy operation for the patient whilst producing noticeable changes in the silhouette of the face.
What is Chin Augmentation?
A chin augmentation is a surgical procedure to enhance or reshape the size of the chin by reshaping existing bone or inserting a prosthetic chin implant.
How is Thailand Chin Augmentation done?
Thailand Chin augmentation surgery may take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour. It is performed either under general anesthetic or under a local anesthetic with sedation. Most chin augmentation procedures involve an incision inside the mouth inside the lower lip, or in the skin just under the chin.
The surgeon inserts the chin implant via the incision and maneuvers it into place and the incision is closed with sutures. The skin may be taped with a pressure dressing for about one week after surgery.
Chin implants come in many and various sizes and also shapes. Implants are made from both semi-solid and also solid materials that have been used with great success for many years.
Why is Thailand Chin Surgery done?
Chin augmentation seeks to increase or reduce the size of the chin by altering the underlying structure of the face providing better balance to the facial features. It may also seek to correct a birth defect or injury.
Your surgeon may discuss alternative approaches to the chin augmentation procedure. Liposuction of the neck and chin may remove enough excess fat to redefine the chin or neckline.
The best candidates for chin augmentation surgery are patients with weak chins, but with a normal dental bite. Most people have a good idea of what procedure or outcome they want (eg: I want smaller breasts) and the physician’s responsibility is to listen and then explain what can be done, the procedures or techniques to achieve your objectives, and the risks and costs involved.
We would like to discuss your aims and details of any other surgery you may be considering and after talking we can in turn put together a considered plan inclusive of costs. Please contact us today to arrange your consultation