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Complication Rates Between Intraoral vs Submental Chin Implant Approaches.

One of the classic debates in chin implant augmentation surgery is whether the incisional approach should be from inside the mouth (intraoral) or under the chin. (submental) This discussion is as old as that of chin implants themselves. Surgeons certainly have their preferences, often based on their specialty training, and patients have their preferences based Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Secondary Sliding Genioplasty and Submentoplasty for Limited Primary Chin Implant Results

Background: Chin augmentation is a commonly performed aesthetic facial procedure for which an implant offers a simple solution. While effective for some the dissatisfaction with chin implant surgery is not insignificant. Many a chin implant have been successfully placed, as defined by a non-infected postoperative course (surgical success), but the patient did not achieve their Read More…

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