Chin Augmentation Thailand
The chin balances the face and a chin that is too weak or alternatively juts too far out can have a negative effect on the overall aesthetic appeal of the face. Chin augmentation in Thailand can correct these features and can make the ordinary, extraordinary, the plain, beautiful and the unremarkable can be transformed to an astonishing beauty.
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Chin augmentation in Thailand alters the appearance of the chin, particularly in profile. A weak chin can detract from what would otherwise be a strikingly beautiful face. The same can be said for a chin that is overly pronounced. A minor surgical adjustment can correct this and leave the patient with a more balanced and beautiful appearance that inspires self-confidence.
What is the length of the surgery?
The surgery takes anywhere between 1 – 3 hours.
Who is a candidate for chin augmentation in Thailand?
Patients with underdeveloped or weak chins are ideal candidates for chin augmentation surgery. The same can be said for those with overly developed chins or people with an asymmetrical appearance to the chin either due to injury or birth defect.
How is the chin augmentation surgery performed?
A small incision is made either inside the mouth or below the chin. The chin is contoured to a more pleasing shape and size or in the case of an underdeveloped chin, an implant may well be used. The implant may be sutured to the bone and then the incision is sutured closed.
What does a patient expect from chin augmentation surgery?
The patient can expect a dramatic alteration to the appearance of the chin, which will be proportionately similar to the rest of the features and thus aesthetically more appealing.
What are the side effects and risks of chin augmentation in Thailand?
The patient can expect to experience stiffness and soreness and difficulty in chewing for the first week after surgery, necessitating a liquid or soft food diet. Possible risks include bleeding, bruising, swelling, infection and an asymmetrical appearance due to the shifting of the implant.
How long does the patient need to stay in hospital?
The patient will be required to spend one night in hospital.
Are there any noticeable scars left after the operation?
Scars should be nearly invisible due to their placement either inside the mouth or under the chin.
What type of Anaesthesia is used?
General anaesthesia is used during the surgery.
Frequently asked questions:
How long will the results last?
The results of chin augmentation surgery in Thailand are permanent.
When can the patient resume normal activities?
The patient should rest for the first two weeks and will be able to resume normal activities at six weeks after the surgery.
Is the surgery painful?
There will be some pain associated with this surgical procedure, but it can be successfully managed with the use of analgesics. Patients will experience stiffness and a feeling of tightness and will have difficulty chewing for the first week, so a liquid or soft food diet is recommended.