Chin Liposuction is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure designed to reduce a double chin and therefore provide a more proportionate, youthful looking chin contour.
Double chin is often a natural result of aging or gaining a little weight. It is marked by the accumulation of excess fat pockets and loose skin around the neck and chin area. Fatty deposits usually genetic as certain facial bone structures can also make it easier for a fat double chin to appear.
Those with small or receding chins have less of a bony structure to hide any soft flesh around the chin. Subsequently find the flesh around the jawline more noticeable, producing an extra fold, or double chin.
Chin Liposuction helps to remove your Double Chin, Jowls
It is one of the most effective surgery to remove excessive fat and skin from the upper neck and the chin area. Patients typically recover very quickly and can get on with their lives. It is the most popular way to remove the double chin as it helps in tightening and also the neck skin.
A patient who have a double chin, and is unable to reduce it with diet and exercise needs chin liposuction.
Cost of Procedure
The cost of procedure varies from $400 to $2000 depending on other factors and one geographic area to another.
Patients who are keen to achieve quick, predictable and effective results regarding their double chin may opt for this procedure. The surgery is relatively straightforward and involves removal of excess fats. It is the same day procedure, and the patient does not need to stay overnight. The downtime of the process is also relatively less.
Therefore, in addition to the removal, the cosmetic surgeon can effectively give a more attractive and younger looking shape to the chin. Patients who may need to improve the shape to make the facial profile more attractive may consider chin re-contouring along with chin liposuction.
The surgeon performs this procedure under local anesthesia. After making two small incisions, the surgeon then inserts a cannula into the incisions, using it to suction out the fat and the fluid. After completion of the procedure, the surgeon will suture the incisions and may place a pad underneath the chin.