Should I get chin augmentation?
If you have any of the following aesthetic issues, you may be a good candidate for a chin augmentation, whether with a custom chin implant, fillers, or natural fat transfer for a dramatic improvement in facial appearance:
- Receding chin
- Uneven chin structure
- Nose appears overlarge due to small chin
- Smaller chin structure
- Weak chin
- Chin structure slopes toward neck
Why choose Dr. Whitfield for chin augmentation in Austin?
Dr. Robert Whitfield is a board-certified plastic surgeon with over 20 years of experience in cosmetic surgery of the face. He has a deep understanding of facial anatomy as well as the ideal facial proportions. Your chin, nose and the transition of your jawline to your neck all must be in harmony.
How long is the recovery from chin augmentation?
There is no real downtime with a chin augmentation performed with fillers. However, the procedure with an implant is performed under general anesthesia at an accredited surgery center and will require at least two weeks of downtime. You can expect to be bruised and swollen for several weeks.