You have your heredity to blame for too little or too much chin projection. Plus, the years can take a toll on the chin and jaw since slack, saggy skin can conceal the definition you once had, obscuring the angle that differentiates your chin and jaw from your neck. This skin laxity, coupled with the fat accumulation under the chin that comes with age, can also create a double chin.
Implants can be used both in the chin and along the jawline to enhance facial contours. The solid implants are placed over the bone through a small incision either inside the mouth or under the chin in an outpatient surgery that typically allows patients to go back to work within a week.
When placing these implants, the goal is to provide proportional projection between the nose and chin, which lends a more balanced and more harmonious facial appearance and attractive profile.
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