Monoplasty (chin aesthetics) is very important for the aesthetic appearance of the face. Many surgeries may be required to reconstruct the jawbone. Jaw aesthetics, which is acted by the specialist physician examination and the patient's request; sagging, crookedness, or purely arbitrary reasons. Along with the chin, aesthetic operations can be applied to various parts of the face such as the nose, eyes, and forehead.
Non-surgical chin aesthetics
By using implants or tissue jawlines are shaped according to the patient's request. It is possible to process a single point or along the jawline, depending on the need.
upper jaw surgery
First, an X-ray of the patient's chin is taken and the structure of the teeth is shaped in such a way that it is suitable for the postoperative period. With orthodontic intervention, the upper jaw is brought to the desired shape.
lower jaw surgery
X-rays are taken in lower jaw as well as in upper jaw aesthetics. However, this time, there is no need to interfere with the tooth structure. One of the issues to be considered is the plaster model for the chin should be removed in the desired direction. Thus, the patient and doctor will be able to see the result before the operation.
Chin tip aesthetics
One of the most important operations is the rasping of the jaw tip. This is done if it is too long or misshapen. According to the patient's request, other aesthetic operations such as a facelift can be performed in addition to the chin tip aesthetics.
Jaw tip filling can be done in different ways. It contains many methods such as fat injection, externally added filler, jaw tip prosthesis, or surgical procedures.
The rasping of the chin
If the jaw tip is large and advanced, it is an intervention by cutting the jawbones or rasping the jaw tip. Since the aim is to look perfect, other lines such as the nose and face contour should also look flawless. If necessary, additional interventions are made at the request of the patient.