Chin Surgery

Chin Surgery

What is a chin surgery?

A weak jaw line or an ugly shaped chin has been an embarrassment to individuals who suffer from this sad condition. This frequently leads to insecurities and self-consciousness but with a chin surgery, anyone can bid farewell to this problem.

Chin surgery, also known as Mentoplasty, is a surgery that reshapes the chin either by reduction operation on the bone or an augmentation with the use of an implant.

Good candidates for a chin surgery:

  • You are physically healthy
  • You are a non-smoker
  • You are psychologically stable
  • You have realistic expectations
  • You fully trust your surgeon
  • You are suffering from embarrassment or psychological distress

Why choose a chin surgery?

  • To boost your self-confidence and self-esteem
  • To create fullness in your chin
  • To uphold a strong jaw line
  • To uphold a pleasant symmetry in your face

An Overview of the Procedure

The chin surgery is carried out under the influence of general anesthesia. It is an uncomplicated surgery which only takes 45 minutes or an hour to complete. The procedure does not require an overnight stay at the hospital.


  • Anesthesia
  • The incision
  • Closing the incisions
  • See the results

Once the chin surgery is complete, the patient’s treated area will be bandaged to lessen the likelihood of swelling, bruising and infection but this will be removed after a period of time. The bandage will also provide a support to the new form. Moreover, the recovery is quick and does not require a long time off from work.

One of the most important aspects that determine the success of the surgery is the patient’s mind-set and behavior. The patient should strictly follow the surgeon’s instructions and recommendations.

Most individuals can go through a chin surgery; however, every individual is different, hence the very first step is a consultation with our expert team. If you are interested in doing a chin surgery, schedule an appointment with us. We will be glad to assist you.

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