When you want to enhance certain features of your face such as cheeks, jaw line and chin, the best option for you is the facial implant. The specially formed solid, biocompatible materials that are designed to improve or restructure the physical structure of your face is called facial implants. There are mainly three kinds of implants included in this procedure. They are:
Chin implants: When the projection and size of the chin does not project in proportion with the mid-face and forehead, chin implant is used to correct the issue. Basically, chin implants are used to correct the inappropriate appearance of the chin.
Cheek implants: It will look awkward if the cheekbones projects abnormally. Cheek implants are usually used to increase the projection of the cheekbones and to add volume to the recessed or flat areas of the chin.
Jaw implants: Jaw implants are used to increase the width of the lower third of the face. Facial implants can be caused by both chin and jaw issues.
Facial implants are done with the aim of creating balance and proportion on the structure of your face. Before moving on to the procedure, the surgeon will examine your health conditions. He will give you instructions to help you in preparing for the surgery. He might also explain you the possible risks and complications of the surgery. Some of the possible risks of the procedure may include:
4. Risks of the anesthesia
5. Skin sensation changes
6. Skin discoloration and swelling
7. Skin sensitivity
8. Irregularities of the skin contours
9. Persisting pain
10. Blood clots
11. Cardiac and pulmonary complications
12. Deep vein thrombosis etc