Is chin implant surgery best or should I get something else?

Tags:man age 35-44 chin weak chin permanent non surgical

The thing is I would prefer to do something non-invasive, but if chin implant surgery is the best way to permanently improve a chin, I guess I would be willing to consider it. What are the benefits to having surgery over fillers? Is it just that chin implants don’t require several treatments?

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M, 37, New Jersey

A chin implant will yield a permanent solution and is capable of providing a greater amount of change and support than what is achievable with fillers.  For subtle correction in more limited areas such as the pre-jowl sulcus, fillers can be an excellent option.  Your first step should be to consult with an experienced facial plastic surgeon for an opinion.

The only permanent way o enhance the chin is to use implants, but if you would like a less invasive treatment, you can consider fillers (they won't last more than 12-18 months, however).  Surgery give you longevity (and less overall spend), but has slightly higher risks (since it's SURGERY).  You have to make sure you're comfortable with your choice.