The Beauty of Facial Balance: Your Chin Plays a Role

A small chin structure can give your face an unbalanced look, causing the nose to appear larger. If you inherited a sloping, small, or receding chin or have an asymmetrical chin, a custom chin augmentation could be right for you. Imagine having a more chiseled facial structure, with your chin in the ideal aesthetic balance. When under the care of Dr. Banerji, a beautifully balanced chin can be created for a significant enhancement to your facial appearance.

Is a Chin Augmentation Painful?

At Banerji Plastic Surgery, our entire team is focused on ensuring you have a painless and successful journey to beauty. Anesthesia will be administered, and you will not experience any discomfort during your procedure.

Choosing the Ideal Chin Implant

Facial balance is universally recognized as a factor in natural beauty. The chin can be enhanced by placing an implant in the ideal size, shape, and projection, highlighting the beauty of your natural features. Dr. Banerji can help you with chin augmentation surgery and spends all the time you need to discuss what you can expect with this procedure. He will listen closely to your wishes and the changes you hope to achieve and advise you of the implant that will produce a balanced, very aesthetic result.

What a Chin Augmentation Can Do for You

Chin augmentation surgery can treat a range of facial balance issues, including:

  • Receding chin
  • Small chin
  • Weak chin
  • Sloping chin
  • Asymmetrical chin

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Enhance Your Chin Contour for a More Beautiful Balance

Dr. Banerji will focus on bringing out the beauty of your natural features by augmenting your chin structure. You can achieve a more attractive facial profile by placing a custom chin implant that looks and feels natural. The surgical scars are undetectable after healing, with results that last a lifetime.

The benefits of chin augmentation include:

  • Reduces the appearance of a double chin
  • Creates volume for a small chin and jawline
  • Repairs the look of a receding chin
  • Creates a more attractive facial profile
  • Enhances overall facial harmony
  • Highlights the appearance of your eyes, lips, and cheeks
  • The nose appears smaller and more balanced

The Chin Augmentation Procedure, Step By Step

Your surgery will start with the administration of general anesthesia or intravenous sedation to ensure you are comfortable and pain-free. A small incision is placed beneath your chin or inside your mouth, creating the space for the custom chin implant. The implant is then carefully put in place, the incision closed, and the surgery is complete. The results are immediately visible, and as your tissues settle and swelling dissipates, the beauty and balance are revealed – a lovely, natural result, a dramatic enhancement to your overall facial look.

Rest and Recover: What to Expect During Healing

It is normal to expect swelling after undergoing chin augmentation. The swelling fades over time and may take up to six weeks to fully disappear. Your chin area will feel tight, but this sensation fades in about one week. You should sleep with your head elevated and avoid any vigorous physical activity for several weeks to help speed healing. Most patients return to work or other normal activities in about one week. Take all medications as directed, and take the time you need to rest, relax, and recover.

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Why choose Banerji Plastic Surgery in Houston?

Not all plastic surgeons are equal in talent. Dr. Banerji is a young, talented, board-certified plastic surgeon with a warm, caring personality and genuine care for his patients. The team of professionals at Banerji Plastic Surgery is kind, compassionate, and never intimidating, delivering outstanding care at every phase of your journey.

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