Double chin reduction and Jaw line enhancement

Faces that are perceived as beautiful always have a well-formed and defined facial shape. This includes in particular the contours of the lower lateral face edge where it meets the neck, the chin and the contours of the neck. Through the jaw line enhancement with implant, this area can be accentuated, the skin can be toned and a double chin can be reduced.

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Well-formed contours and double chin reduction thanks to jaw line enhancement

Our jaw angle is located at the rear transition area from the lower jaw to the neck. If this contour is weakly developed, the face appears to be round. Over time the face and neck areas become more and more “blurred” due to sagging fat and skin tissue. Jaw line enhancement by means of an implant can surgically accentuate this area, toning up the skin again. 

The implant used is a body-compatible material that we have specially developed in-house.
This method gives the face a defined well-formed contour. The sagging jowls which are the result of aging disappear. How far the implant should run forward along the lower jaw border is determined on an individual basis. The implant used is a body-compatible material that we have specially developed in-house and its shape can be individually adapted to best suit each patient.

The treatment is painless and leaves no visible scars.
The treatment is performed under general anaesthetic and is painless. The patient can go home the day after the operation. Surgery is carried out through the oral cavity, leaving no visible scars. After the operation, there will probably be swelling for around 10 days. The tooth position remains unchanged. The result is long-lasting and gives a beautiful definition to the lateral edge of the lower jaw and neck area. For patients with a small, recessed chin, jaw line enhancement is often recommended along with a chin enhancement.

Patient report April 2016

Germany

After a long ordeal, a number of cosmetic procedures which never satisfied me, always hiding as soon as someone tried to take a picture of me from the side – a variety of obstacles which lay in my path throughout the course of my life because of my jaw malposition – I decided around the middle of December 2015 to attend an advice session with Professor Hermann Sailer.