Chin Implant

During chin implant surgery, your surgeon will make a small incision under your chin or inside your lower lip. The chin implant is then inserted and secured into place either by slipping the implant into a pocket or attaching it to bone or soft tissue.

The procedure takes roughly 30 to 45 minutes if it is performed on its own, and results are apparent almost immediately.

Chin Implant Recovery

You may have mild soreness, tightness or swelling in your lower face following chin implant surgery.

Make sure to ask your surgeon for specific advice on how and when to resume your usual activities — including eating solid food — after chin augmentation. Also discuss what complications can occur following the procedure.



As one of the premiere oral and maxillofacial surgery practices in South Florida, we are proud to be affiliated with numerous reputable hospitals.

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Insurances Accepted

Here at Oral Facial Reconstruction and Implant Center, we make every effort to provide you with both the finest care and convenient financial options.

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Our Locations

We are located close to local hospitals to grant you further peace of mind.