Facial implant guide


This guide goes into detail regarding:

Indications for the procedure

Selecting the right surgeon for you

Red flags to look out for along your journey

Important details to note before, during and after your surgery

Ensuring a smooth surgery day and recovery afterwards

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Facial implants are alloplastic (artificial and inert) materials (often silicone or polyethylene material) used to augment or re-contour certain aspects of your facial contour (including periorbital, cheeks, jawline or really any other area that is deficient). They are available in a wide range of sizes and styles and restore contour and/or proportion to your face. Patients seek these procedures to highlight areas of their face they find deficient and/or asymmetric. These implants can be tailor-made or reshaped/resized to fit your specific needs.

While not as popular as several other aesthetic surgical procedures, they are growing in popularity and often are used in combination with other facial aesthetic surgical procedures. They constitute a more permanent solution to the far more common facial filler procedures that seek to achieve the same outcome but on a less permanent basis.

The most common of these implants is the chin implant due to the less precise ability of facial fillers to achieve the desired effect in this area, as well as the increasing combination of chin implants with rhinoplasty by the astute facial plastic surgery specialist.