Chin Surgery is generally a cosmetic procedure to restore lost volume and contour to the chin, cheeks, and jawline. It can also help treat certain facial health conditions such as skin cancer. A board-certified plastic surgeon best performs chin surgery.
Chin surgery for men(ทำคางผู้ชาย, which is the term in Thai)effectively reduces the size of your chin and gives it a more proportional look. It can also be used to correct other facial imperfections and restore your self-confidence. Several types of chin surgery can affect the aesthetic value of your upper face differently.
What Is Chin Surgery?
Chin surgery is a form of plastic surgery to correct drooping or sagging facial muscles. A chin implant may be required for patients with receding or sunken chins and those with poor jaw alignment who want to improve their profile. Chin surgery can also reduce the jaw size that results from aging. It is an injection of a collagen filler, or fat grafting, to the lower face that provides volume, fullness, and definition. It can help patients look younger and more refreshed after surgery.
How Does Chin Surgery Works?
Chin surgery is a cosmetic procedure that can be performed on the chin. It may involve shaving the area around the mouth, adjusting the angle of the mouth, and removing excess tissue in certain regions. This procedure can be done to improve your facial appearance, relieve jawline tension, or make one side of your face look more symmetrical. A chin augmentation could correct unevenness in your jaw lines. You may also have a chin implant if you require a more defined or dramatic change to your chin shape.
How Can It Be Used?
Chin Surgery (op tophaceous rhinoplasty) is performed to correct the alignment and size of the nostrils, which is the cartilages on either side of the nose. If you are suffering from chronic sinusitis, allergies, or blocked nose symptoms, you should consider surgery to improve sinus passages, reduce nasal blockage and alleviate pain.
Result In Different Outcomes
Chin Surgery is an extremely popular procedure and can result in different outcomes. A jawline correction may need surgery to prevent skin and muscle tightening and help you maintain a slimmer profile. Your chin surgery surgeon will evaluate your anatomy while considering facial features, textural characteristics, and scars.