A very prominent chin can give off the appearance of your nose being too small, and potentially throwing balance of the face off. One the other hand, a weaker chin can make a normal nose appear too large, make a prominent nose seem oversized, and give the appearance of a ‘turkey’ neck. Chin augmentation, or chin implants, can solve both problems.
Dr. Blinski is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon. Not every doctor who performs Chin Implants is a Plastic Surgeon. In fact, some of them are actually General Practioners who have taken a single weekend seminar to learn a single cosmetic procedure like the Chin Implants. Wouldn’t you feel better knowing that the physician performing your procedure is a plastic surgeon with a comprehensive education and certification credentials?
Since he is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, as well as a widely recognized expert on cosmetic procedures, Dr. Blinski has a comprehensive understanding of every nuance of other cosmetic procedures, such as Botox, Neck Lift, or Restylane. Dr. Blinski is also experienced in other types of cosmetic surgeries, such as Liposuction or Breast Augmentation. No matter what your individual situation may be, you can feel confident that Dr. Blinski will choose the procedure best for you.
The Chin Implant Procedure
A chin implant must be performed under some kind of anesthesia. The most common choices for a cheek implant are IV sedation and general anesthesia.
Dr Blinski will make an incision where the implant is supposed to go, dissect tissue from the bone, and then insert the implant either directly on top your chin bone. The implant will be customized to make sure that the look suits your features, and will be sutured into place. Some times, the implants won’t be sutured in place, and only the pocket holding it will be sutured closed, relying on the collagen in your chin to secure the implants.
Dr Blinski then sutures up the incision and, if the implant was not sutured in place themselves, wrap your head to hold them in place while you heal.
Chin Implant Recovery
After undergoing chin implant surgery, someone will need to take you home and remain with you for a minimum of 24 hours. In very few circumstances, Dr. Blinski may suggest a short stay in the hospital.
Your head and face may be taped, especially if the implant was not sutured into place. Patient’s generally experience mild discomfort and pain, especially at the incision site.
Bruising and swelling usually takes about 3 weeks to subside, but can last up to several months. Generally speaking, you can return to work after 1 to 2 weeks.
Let Us Help You Decide
A chin implant is an effective and fast surgical procedure. It is not only a surgery to perfect a physical appearance; it can also increase the patient’s self-confidence and help achieve an improved quality of life.
Dr. Blinski offers a wide variety of options to help assure incredible results. If you’re in search of a progressive, highly effective procedure to significantly enhance your appearance, a chin implant is something you will want to think about.
With Dr. Blinski’s expertise, getting a chin implant is easy and affordable. Make an appointment today to consult with Dr. Blinski to see if you are a good candidate for a chin implant. The more we can help educate you about chin implant surgery the more you will have assurance of success.
During your consultation, Dr. Blinski will examine you, ask you questions, and address any concerns you may have in order to determine if you are a good candidate for a chin implant. You can also talk to Dr. Blinski about what to anticipate, how the surgery will be performed, and how long recovery may take. Dr. Blinski will share with you the cost of the surgery as well.
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