Chin Augmentation

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A facial contouring procedure consisting of the use of synthetics or biologicals to augment or increase the chin’s prominence and balance an otherwise less defined face without affecting the patient's bite
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"My guess is that sometime in the past four years, Emma Jane Gonzalez had cosmetic surgery on her chin -- a chin implant -- just like Chelsea Clinton," the stranger wrote.
In Iran he blew PS15,000 on liposuction in his jaw, a chin implant and a sixth nose job.
It'll look so much better if you also get a chin implant, and then some big plump cheeks to even that out And you could really use an eyebrow lift, and how do you feel about your breasts and stomach?
So in a bid to be more photogenic and "look like a supermode l " chin implant, nose job and cheekdefining fat grafts.
Another guy wanted a chin implant to look like his older brother.''
Hence I went for a silicone chin implant to get a sharper chin, and simultaneously underwent liposuction around my neck to get the extra flab removed," he says.
It is the surgeon's responsibility to speak frankly if he or she believes that a chin implant would unbalance the proportions of the patient's face, or to advise a woman who has full C-cup breasts against inserting DD implants.
The 35-year-old mum of two underwent a brow and eye lift, a cheek lift, had fat pads removed, a small chin implant and a tummy tuck.
She said: "I'm competing with women, beautiful young women in their 30s, 40s and men just still look at the outside, at the exterior and you've got to make them look at you." The second part of the programme follows Mrs Rabin, supported by sister Caroline and mum Stella, as she undergoes a series of operations during a month, including an upper eyelid and lower face lifts, removal of fat below the eyes and from the cheeks, liposuction to the neck and a chin implant made of Gore-Tex.
Porex Surgical, Inc., has added a contoured, two-piece chin implant to the line of MEDPOR Biomaterial Implants available for facial reconstruction and aesthetics.