A well-defined chin is the cornerstore for an attractive face. A small or retruded chin can cause your forehead to appear too prominent, your nose too big, and reduce the definition in your cheeks and neck. On the other hand, a large or elongated chin detracts from the entire face, creating a focal point of attention in the lower third of your face.
The size and shape of your chin contributes not only to facial attractiveness but also to gender-typical characteristics of a face. Men typically have a wider chin with a flatter base, giving them a “square” look, whereas women’s faces are characterised by a softer and narrow chin contour.
Everybody’s anatomy is unique and requires a detail-oriented approach. During your consultation Dr. Sajjadi will review your medical history and assess your area of concern. In order to assess your candidacy for a chin surgery Dr. Sajjadi will examine the characteristics of your face, neck and chin. Apart from a physical examination in order to analyse your anatomy and your facial proportions, he will put great emphasis on understanding how you feel about your face and what kind of an improvement you are most comfortable with. Appreciating your personal aesthetics and managing your expectations is key to any surgical planning for Dr. Sajjadi. Based on clinical findings and your expectations he then be able to discuss realistic outcomes. You will have a discussion about how the procedure is performed, possible risks of surgery, and what to expect during your recovery period. Dr. Sajjadi will answer any other questions you may have.