What does Chin Liposuction Involve?
Chin liposuction is a minimally invasive procedure and follows similar surgery path to other liposuction procedures.
What are the Benefits of Chin Liposuction?
Chin liposuction is predominantly viewed as a cosmetic surgery as the benefits are entirely aesthetic. Chin liposuction is used to help transform the appearance of a patient’s chin, jaw or jawline in order to improve the symmetry and proportions of the face. It is not uncommon for this type of procedure to be partnered with rhinoplasty, as changing the shape of your chin or jaw may impact the perceived appearance of your nose. However, this is entirely subjective and rhinoplasty is not compulsory. Alternatively, if you’re looking to add projection to your chin, your surgeon may suggest silicone implants.
How Much is Chin Liposuction?
As chin liposuction is rarely performed in isolation, it is likely that the cost will be incorporated into the price of another treatment. You are best placed to select a plastic surgeon who
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- Nora Nugent
- Marc Pacifico
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All consultants at The McIndoe Centre are fully accredited and are on the specialist register of the General Medical Council. A number of our consultants who
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Chin Liposuction Aftercare
As this is a minimally invasive procedure and only involves one small incision, scarring is almost non-existent. You can expect some very minor swelling and bruising, but this is to be expected and is simply part of the healing process. You can expect a full recovery a few days, with
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