A strong chin may be considered a masculine feature, but a defined chin can be feminine too. Some women are apprehensive toward chin procedures for fear looking “too manly”.
Many women (and men) visit a plastic surgeon complaining of a “double chin”. Yet, this double chin is a vague term as the appearance of the chin, neck, and jawline is multifactorial. Anatomy of the region determines the cause of one’s double chin. It’s not just fat!
Read more about treating a double chin, also sometimes referred to as submental fullness.
Women who consider chin surgery may have an apprehension about becoming masculine, as they believe the chin will become too big or wide. Sculpting and contouring the lower face by adding in certain areas and/or subtracting in other areas can help achieve a more feminine appearance. Many aspects of plastic surgery is about balance to achieve a desired, natural results.
Before and After Chin Plastic Surgery in Women
The primary chin options that women often consider are
- chin liposuction, neck liposuction
- chin augmentation
- chin lift, facelift, neck lift
- jaw reduction
Below are various examples of women who have been treated by Dr. Chaboki, a facial plastic surgeon who specializes in nonsurgical and surgical aesthetic procedures. Based in Washington DC, women from around the world visit him.
What is the best chin procedure for women?
As with any cosmetic procedure, there isn’t a “best” option. Some patients may have an issue with fat, while others have bone deficiency. However, the chin, neck, and lower face are considered as a region and often treated simultaneously by the best plastic surgeons. The best plastic surgeons may offer both surgical and nonsurgical options and often will modify the procedure specific to each patient depending on multiple factors.
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