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Jun
2016

How Soon After Chin Implants Should I Do Facial Exercises?

In my Montreal practice, I see chin augmentation surgery dramatically improve my patients’ facial characteristics by balancing out a weak jawline or nondescript chin. A more defined chin creates cohesion between the upper and lower half of the face, which is the look desired by most of our patients. The most common type of chin surgery, mentoplasty, uses implants made of synthetic materials that feel like a real chin. On the other hand, genioplasty does not use an implant, but instead moves the chin bone forward to create a more defined jaw. The choice to proceed with chin implants or genioplasty is an important one, which is why it is also necessary to understand the recovery process. For mentoplasty, normal facial exercises are allowed following chin implant surgery–but not too soon after. Timing varies from surgeon to surgeon and depends on how the implant was secured. Excessive movement may shift your new…


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Jul
2015

How Getting Botox In Your Jaw Can Enhance Your Chin Augmentation

The chin is an important part of a person’s facial profile. A strong chin can help to bring balance to the features while providing a younger, healthier, more attractive, and more assertive appearance. A weak chin, on the other hand, can contribute to throwing the balance of the entire face off, leaving you looking mousy, old, or weak-willed. Chin implants are able to bring much needed balance to correct a number of profile issues including a large nose or forehead, wide cheekbones, or simply a soft jaw line. Highly popular among both men and women, these implants are used to restructure the entire profile of the face in order to provide better balance and symmetry. The procedures can be performed on anyone over the age of 20 whose bone structure has reached maturity. This is important because the implant is placed beneath the muscle, directly along the jawbone. For some…


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