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What Problems Can Chin Surgery Correct?Trillium Plastic Surgery

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March 1st, 2016

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  • Balance a prominent nose
  • Add definition to the neck.
  • Change the shape of the chin.

Chin surgery patients can alter their natural chin to give more volume and projection but also to change the shape of their chin to provide balance to their facial features.

What Is a Chin Implant?

A chin implant is a solid implant inserted into your chin. There are a wide range of chin sizes and shapes that can be added to achieve your desired look. Chin implants are typically made of polypropylene or silicon. A genioplasty - cutting and moving the chin itself, doesn't require any implants and is very similar to a chin implant in terms of surgery and recovery.

What is Surgery Like?

Chin surgery will take somewhere between 45 minutes and an hour. During the procedure, Dr. Hall will:

  • Make an incision either inside of your mouth or underneath your chin.
  • After this, the chin implant will be inserted and placed in front of the jawbone (or the chin itself will be cut and moved)
  • Dr. Hall will adjust the implant to balance with other facial features and suture the chin implant or chin bone to prevent movement.

Patients take about one week to return to work and may experience swelling and bruising for up to a few weeks after surgery.

To get more information about chin surgery, call our Knoxville Plastic Surgery office at (865) 973-9500.


KNOXVILLE, TN

9239 Park W Blvd #202, Knoxville, TN 37923

Complimentary Phone Consultation

Step 1

Schedule a complimentary phone consultation with one of our knowledgeable surgical consultants who are trained by Dr. Jason Hall. They will answer many of your questions, discuss pricing, and happily schedule you an in-person consultation with Dr. Hall if you are a good surgical candidate.

Dr. Jason Hall - Trillium Plastic Surgery Knoxville Tennessee

Dr. Hall's Plastic Surgery Consultant

Complimentary Phone Consultation

15 minute

Phone call

To reserve your in-person consultation with Dr. Hall, you will be charged a $100 consultation fee. Should you decide to move forward with surgery, this fee will be applied to your surgical procedure.

Step 2

Meet with Dr. Jason Hall for your in-person consultation.

Preparations & Surgery Day

Step 3

After you reserve your surgery date, Dr. Hall and his team will make sure you are well informed and prepared for your big day. Preparation is a very important part of your plastic surgery journey.

The post-op phase is an important time of healing and recovering so you can enjoy your amazing results and your improved quality of life that you have envisioned.

Step 4

Enjoy the Results