If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your chin, there are options out there to help you get the jawline you’ve always wanted. Chin augmentation is a surgical procedure that can help augment your chin, thus creating the shape you’ve always wanted and helping you feel more confident about your appearance.
But how exactly is a chin augmentation done?
Chin Augmentation 101
Here’s what you need to know about how a chin augmentation is performed:
- Chin augmentation is usually performed under local anesthesia, although general anesthesia can be used in some cases.
- A small incision is made directly underneath the chin.
- The silicone implant is placed through the incision into the chin; the implant is small and flexible, which helps provide a more realistic appearance that’s tailored to your individual facial structure.
- The incision is closed.
You should expect to take a few days off of work as your chin heals; final results are usually visible within six weeks after the procedure.
I had an incredibly positive experience with Doctor Coscia. He was always right on time, and I always felt like he took ample time with me pre-surgery and post-op. He answered all of my questions professionally, and was always open to discussing the possible emotional effects of the surgery. He was wonderful, and I would recommend him to everyone!
What to Expect During Your Chin Augmentation Consultation
The chin augmentation consultation is important for determining if you’re a good candidate for this procedure. During the consultation, you’ll meet with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Rudy Coscia, who will discuss the goals of your chin augmentation procedure. At this point, he’ll help you choose the right silicone implant based on your facial structure, which ensures you get the results you’re looking for.
Take the Next Step
Want to learn if you’re a candidate for a chin augmentation procedure? Schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Rudy Coscia at his new plastic surgery practice in Granite Bay, CA. Dr. Coscia’s practice also serves the greater Roseville and Sacramento metro areas. Granite Bay (916) 773-5559 and Sacramento (916) 929-1833