The team at Romo Plastic Surgery understands the importance of self-confidence, especially as it relates to one’s appearance. When patients have genetic traits or hereditary concerns in regards to the look of their face, they may want to ask about plastic surgery solutions. This also applies to patients who are unhappy with how their appearance is affected by the signs of aging. For many New York, NY area patients, facial implants may be a consideration, including that of chin implants.
How do chin implants work?
Chin implants are special implants that are used in augmenting the shape and size of the chin and the jaw area, often known as genioplasty. This cosmetic procedure corrects a chin that is too small or not clearly defined. It may be used for patients who have concerns about a weak chin or a “double chin,” as it can result in a less attractive jawline. The chin implant will help in addressing these concerns, especially when other options such as dental work has not offered the correct look. By inserting a chin implant, patients can have the look they’ve always wanted, regardless of what they were born with!
Who is a candidate?
Any patient who wants a more defined chin or lower jaw appearance may want to ask Dr. Thomas Romo III about the benefits of using chin implants over the use of other procedures such as liposuction. Chin implants may be inserted along with other facial implants, such as cheek implants or jaw implants, to achieve the look patients desire. Patients should have a realistic expectation as to what they can achieve with plastic surgery procedures such as these.
Discuss the benefits of chin implants with Dr. Thomas Romo III today
At Romo Plastic Surgery, patients have a wide variety of cosmetic procedures available to them for enhancing their appearance. If you have considered chin implants, or any of the facial implants provided by our team, we encourage you to book your consultation appointment with our New York, NY area plastic surgeon to discuss your options. We are located at 135 East 74th Street and can be reached at (212) 288-1500.