Improve facial contours with chin and cheek implants at Boston Plastic Surgery
- Posted on: Jul 15 2020
Strong facial contours often ensure balance and beauty. However, when men and women have a weak chin or have lost volume in the cheek area, they may be considering the options available to them for enhancing their appearance. At the practice of Dr. Samuel Lin, patients can ask about solutions for improving facial contours and adding improved definition such as the placement of chin and cheek implants.
- Chin implants – Many men and women who have a “weak” chin may notice that it appears as though they have a double chin—or no chin at all! A profile view might be poor and undefined. With a chin implant, patients can enlarge the protrusion of the chin to define the chin and jowl area, ensuring a more prominent appearance. With chin implants, patients can still achieve a natural look and improved profile without their treatment looking fake or exaggerated. It requires a doctor with a keen eye for symmetry and harmony to achieve the best results with chin implants.
- Cheek implants – The goal of chin implants is to increase the volume and the lift of the cheek area for improved facial definition. Cheek implants are similar to chin implants, being placed during surgery on the cheek bone. This treatment will combat problems such as lost volume and sagging skin.
Who is a candidate for facial plastic surgery?
Patients are advised to book a consultation visit with the team at Boston Plastic Surgery to undergo a full evaluation and decide if they are an appropriate candidate for these or other facial plastic surgeries. In most instances, patients should be adult men and women in good overall health who understand the benefits of the procedure and have realistic expectations as to what can be achieved with surgical interventions.
Are you interested in facial augmentation procedures?
Dr. Samuel Lin and his team in Boston, MA are pleased to offer solutions for a wide range of facial concerns, including a weak chin or poor facial definition. Patients in the area are welcome to request a consultation visit with our team at Boston Plastic Surgery by calling (617) 632-7827 and see our doctor at 110 Francis St., Ste. 5A.
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