Chin Augmentation Case 2



This beautiful 30-year-old felt like her nose and chin dominated her face and did not like the overall sharp, angular appearance. She also had trouble breathing out of one nostril due to a deviated septum. We discussed her options and decided that a septorhinoplasty and boney chin reduction would give her the look she desired. The only way to reduce or create this type of balance in a patient with too large a chin is to reduce the boney chin size.
Three months after surgery, she breathes much better that she did preoperatively and she is happy with her softer, more balanced facial appearance.
*Individual results may vary