The shape of the facial bones has a significant role in appearance. In the chin area, special implants may help to better shape the lower part of the face delivering a more symmetrical and charming appearance. Chin surgery is usually combined with rhinoplasty so that all features of the face become symmetric. Implants in the chin area come in different shapes and sizes.
They are made of solid and semi-solid materials used successfully for many years now. Despite the great difference following the procedure, the result is absolutely natural.
Moreover, in most cases, patients who were submitted to the procedure stated that people told them they look more beautiful without being able to tell exactly how.
Where is the incision for implant insertion made?
There are many techniques which you may discuss with your Doctor. Each one of them has its advantages and disadvantages. An incision made in the inframammary fold gives very good access to the area underneath the breast and is used in many cases. An incision made at the top of the armpit allows very good access to the area underneath the muscle. An incision on the areola mammae delivers a very good aesthetic result but may jeopardise the breast’s sensitivity and future lactation.
Where will the scars be seen after surgery?
There are many techniques which you should discuss with the Doctor. Each one of them has its advantages and disadvantages. Scars may have the shape of a reversed T or a vertical scar may be seen underneath the lower part of the areola mammae in the inframammary fold, or, finally, there may be only one scar around the areola mammae. In any case, incisions will take their final shape within approximately 1 year
Will I be able to breastfeed after surgery?
Some women are unable to breastfeed even without surgery. There are techniques that do not affect the breast’s milk ducts. This way future lactation is possible. However, it is very difficult to guarantee such result.