Chin Enhancement

Chin beautification, chin augmentation, or chin enhancement is a cosmetic procedure designed to alter the chin’s shape or structure.


Although techniques for enhancing the appearance of the chin fall into two categories, the procedures can vary considerably.

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In contrast, fillers may be synthetic or even derived from the patient’s own body. Filler-dependent procedures are typically the least invasive and shortest, as the surgery typically entails injecting filler material under the skin at specific points on the patient’s face while the patient is under local anesthesia. After a few hours, the patient can typically leave the hospital and resume their daily activities.

 However, not all chin augmentation procedures are as non-invasive or nonchalant as filler injections. In some instances, a more invasive procedure is necessary, and the patient will require more time to recover. However, if the operation does not involve an osteotomy, it remains relatively simple and can be categorized as brief. 

Implants And Grafts

Materials should be selected with care to alleviate the risk of infection and reduce the likelihood of triggering an immune response, both of which can result in implant rejection and surgical failure

Grafts may consist of cartilage or adipose tissue harvested from the patient’s body.   


Chin Reduction (MENTOPLASTY)

Due to osteotomy, which involves sawing, cutting, or filing away portions of the jawbone, chin reduction procedures are typically more invasive than other surgical procedures. Consequently, the recovery time and risks following such operations are also increased.

 In certain instances, the surgeon is able to avoid performing an osteotomy. Using genioplasty once more with fillers, transplants, or implants to create the appearance of a reduced chin.   

Chin Augmentation (GENIOPLASTY)

Typically, implants, grafts, or fillers are used for chin augmentation.

These techniques were chosen due to their resemblance to the natural structure of body parts.   


What We Offer For You?

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Full Mouth X-Rays


Bitewings - Four Films


Panoramic Film


Sealant - Per Tooth


Digital molds


Denture Photos


3D Scan


Routine 6 Month Check-up


Rhinology Staff

Frequently asked questions

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In some cases, the need for a chin augmentation is clearly apparent. 

  The chin’s appearance can impact a person’s social life and self-esteem. And here are a few reasons why you may want to consider a chin enhancement: 

  If the chin is disproportionate to the rest of the face and other facial features. 

If the chin is uneven. 

If the chin is excessively sharp or blunt. 

If the chin is jagged. 

If the teeth are not properly aligned when the mouth is shut. 

Other conditions may necessitate a trained eye or a more comprehensive examination, such as an X-ray. Therefore, dry mouth, involuntary mouth opening, bad breath, and gum disease may indicate a problem with the chin or jaw bone structure. 

The success of a chin enhancement procedure is contingent on the proportions of the patient’s facial features. This is why surgeons offer rhinoplasty with chin augmentation to their patients. Therefore, the experience of the surgeon becomes crucial for both the success of the procedure and the outcomes. 

The complexity and particulars of chin enhancement procedures can vary. The chin enhancement process involves two distinct techniques. The first is the placement of filler in specific areas of the chin. The second technique entails performing a complicated surgical procedure using invasive techniques. Chin enhancement surgery is frequently performed in conjunction with rhinoplasty. The proportion and symmetry of the nose are determined by the shape, size, and symmetry of the chin. 

For the patient to achieve the desired outcome, he or she must adhere to the recommendations during the recovery period. For example, oral care is essential following surgery. Therefore, oral hygiene should be performed in accordance with the surgeon’s instructions. After the majority of surgical procedures, a gum guard is required for the patient. Protecting the chin requires the use of a gum guard, particularly while sleeping.