Can a Chin Implant change the appearance of my nose?
A large nose can make a normal-sized chin appear deficient. Conversely, a small, weak, retrusive, or asymmetric chin can make your nose appear bigger. A chin implant when placed by Dr. Givens will create a natural increase in volume, width, and projection that balances with your nose.
Can a Chin Implant improve my neckline or enhance my jawline?
Abnormalities of the chin can magnify a lack of jawline or neckline definition. Chin augmentation via an external or intraoral approach can refine the neckline and define the jawline, ultimately allowing for a natural, sculpted appearance and a boost in self-confidence.
Can a Chin Implant move?
Dr. Givens’ meticulous technique is designed to keep your implant in position. While it is possible for a chin implant can move within the first few weeks after surgery, it is uncommon. During recovery, your chin and jawline may appear swollen and lumpy with variable amounts of bruising, discoloration, and asymmetry. While this is temporary and will subside to a large extent within two weeks, it will require a minimum of two months for ALL swelling and bruising to resolve and a full year for the chin and jawline to reach their final contour.