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

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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?


M, 38, New Jersey

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.

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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.