A common characteristic of many beautiful faces is prominent and distinct features. You will notice that a strong jawline, adequate chin projection, and defined cheekbones all work in combination to make a person look more confident and attractive. Dr. Diamond has years of experience helping patients achieve sculpted, beautiful faces using facial implants.
Dr. Diamond is one of the world’s only surgeons using three-dimensional technology to create implants that are perfectly customized to a patient’s facial anatomy.
A defined, chiseled jawline is a dominant characteristic of masculine beauty, and it is also associated with striking feminine beauty.
Weak jawlines can make the face appear indistinct and plain. Dr. Diamond offers custom jaw implants to create jaw definition and strong facial contours.
A strong, prominent chin has an implication of power and dominance, while an undefined or receding chin can send a timid overtone to the world.
A chin implant can improve the projection of the chin and create better harmony with other facial features.
High, sculpted cheekbones enhance facial beauty, whereas cheeks that are flat or underdeveloped can make your face appear hollow and worn.
Cheek implants add volume to provide more distinct facial contours. This helps create a more youthful and defined facial appearance.
Immediately following facial implant surgery, you may experience mild to moderate bruising and swelling.
You may feel a slight ache in the jaw and surrounding areas. For the first week following your procedure, you should recline in a face-up position at a 45-degree angle as much as possible. You may be restricted to a soft diet for up to 7 days, and you should be fully recovered after 14 to 21 days.
In all cases, the incision sites for facial implants are inconspicuous.
Common incision locations include the underside of the chin (1 cm in length) or inside the mouth at the cheek or gum/lip junction. Any visible scarring will fade over time.
The cost of facial implants varies due to a number of factors.
Anesthesia fees, custom implants, and the number of implants can all affect the final cost of your procedure.
Facial implant surgery can be performed under local or general anesthesia depending on the circumstances, so the procedure is fairly painless.
During the week following your surgery, you may experience some slight aching, swelling, and mild discomfort. Pain medication will be prescribed to help you treat any postoperative discomfort you may have.