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Chin & Cheek Facial Implants

Facial Implants

Facial implant cosmetic surgery is designed to improve your facial contours and create a fuller, more proportionate and younger looking face. Chin or cheek facial implants surgery involves the use of natural or synthetic implants that will enhance facial balance and create a more sculpted look.

If you are looking for a fuller, rounder looking mid-face, your surgeon may recommend cheek implants. To build a recessive chin, you may benefit from chin implants. Cheekbone and chin are both common areas where the results with facial implantation can be most successful.

Board certified female plastic surgeon Dr. Kristi Hustak provides chin and cheek facial implants to patients in Houston, Texas, and surrounding communities.

What are Cheek Implants?

Cheekbone augmentation can dramatically improve the appearance of your face. If your mid-face looks sunken, or your have depressions under the eyes, you could use cheek augmentation cosmetic surgery to restore an appealing facial look. Cheek implants can correct facial proportion by enhancing the maximal projection point.

If you have a narrow looking face, you can make it look wider when your surgeon places the cheek implants apart is a proportionate manner. On the other hand, if your face is wider and you want to make it appear more angular and narrower, your surgeon can cut down the gap between the cheek implants to create the desired look.

Experienced surgeons will use advanced techniques to perform cheek augmentation. The three most important variables that your surgeon can utilize to create the required facial impact include implant projection and shape, implant volume, and implant positioning. With a balanced use of all three variables, you can achieve most effective cheek enhancement outcomes.

What are Chin Implants?

Even minor changes to your chin can make a significant impact on your overall facial balance. The proportion between the chin and nose determines the lower and mid-face symmetry. If your chin is small, short or recessive, it can give the impression of a poorly defined chin or an oversized nose.

On the other hand, a disproportionately large chin can create the illusion of a smaller nose and your upper face can appear sunken or depleted. Your facial harmony can be substantially improved with chin implants plastic surgery. During your pre-operative consultation, your surgeon will explain to you the types of chin implants available and create a custom surgical plan depending on your unique aesthetic needs.

Following the selection of your customized shape and size of chin implants, your surgery date will be schedule. During the procedure, your cosmetic surgeon will insert the soft silicone based chin implants into the space above the front of your jawbone. The small incision will be closed once the implant is placed and adjusted into its desired position.

Types of Implant Materials

Facial implants nowadays are usually made of advanced synthetic materials, such as high strength silicone, high density polyethylene, nylon mesh and some other compounds.

Your surgeon will help you select the right implant material, shape and size according to your unique facial anatomy and your personal cosmetic goals. Female cosmetic surgeon Dr. Kristi Hustak receives patients from Houston, Texas, and nearby areas for chin and cheek facial implants.

Contact Houston, Texas Plastic Surgeon Dr. Kristi Hustak:

For more information on procedures and treatments provided by board-certified female plastic surgeon Dr. Kristi Hustak please call us to schedule a consultation at 713.354.5145 or click here. Offices in Houston, Texas.

Serving The Woodlands, Sugar Land, Katy, Friendswood, Pearland, League City, Richmond, Spring, Humble, Kingwood, Stafford, Cypress, Fulshear, Missouri City, River Oaks, Piney Point, Hunters Creek, Memorial Close In, Bunker Hill, Southside Place, Afton Oaks, Tanglewood, Crestwoods and all other surrounding Greater Houston, Texas communities and more.

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