Ruben Abrams MD FACS | Aesthetic | Cosmetic Plastic Surgery | (310) 651-8881

Facial Procedures | Implants

Chin & Cheek Implants

face-lift-before-after-2Some of Dr. Abram’s patients request improvements of the cheek area to correct flatness. For others, a receding chin may cause an unbalanced facial profile and requires prompt correction. At our Beverly Hills, Encino and Costa Mesa locations, we offer chin & cheek augmentation implant procedures that can be used to address these issues. The procedure is usually carried out by inserting implants of different sizes and designs into the area for improvement.

Who Needs Chin & Cheek Implants?

Chin augmentation, also known as mentoplasty, is used to increase the chin’s projection, creating a better-balanced profile and a strong chin. Cheek augmentation, or malar augmentation, provides the desired high cheekbones from patients and ensure that the flat cheeks are corrected. Both chin & cheek implants give patients a fuller facial profile and definite look.

Chin & Cheek Implant Procedure

The chin & cheek implants used at any of our three Los Angeles area locations are made of inert silicone and do no cause any form of adverse reactions in the body. They have been used for over 30 years and have a safe track record. The implants are usually inserted through small incisions in the oral cavity. Dr. Abrams satisfied patients and experience ensure that future patients will receive what they want and able to recover faster and as painlessly as possible. In most cases, chin and cheek implant procedures are carried out under local anesthesia.

Consultations

Schedule a consultation with the doctor at whichever Los Angeles area clinic is closest to you. Dr. Abrams is always more than happy to go over the procedure with his patients and answer any and all questions they may have.

Ancillary Procedures Photo Gallery

Patient with isolated Ancillary Procedures or in combination with other procedures.

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Note: Individual results may vary from patient to patient.