Chin and Cheek Implants

Facial Implants

Although they can be used on their own, facial implants are often used in combination with other cosmetic procedures for a more total harmonious rejuvenation. The implants are usually made of soft, solid silicone or porous polyethylene. Younger patients consider implants to improve the balance of specific facial features, while older patients aim to restore volume to sunken regions. Facial implants can improve overall appearance by restoring balance and enhancing your natural contours.

TECHNIQUE
RECOVERY
RISKS

TECHNIQUE

 

 

RECOVERY

You will likely experience some some pain, swelling, and bruising after surgery, which will decrease over the course of several days.

If the incision was made inside your mouth, maintaining good dental hygiene along with regular mouth washing will be extremely important during your recovery.

In most circumstances all the stitches are self-dissolving so will not need to be removed.

RISK

If you are considering a cheek or chin implant, then it is important that you are informed of the potential risks, complications and side effects of this surgery.

While all care is taken to minimise or totally avoid these complications and side effects, complications may and do occur despite the best medical care. It is important that you carefully read and understand the risk factors and they will be discussed in more detail when you have your consultation with your surgeon.

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