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Old 01-30-2010, 12:48 PM   #1
 
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What are the different chin implant sizes available? Are there more than one shape available…like can I choose between having a rounded chin implant or pointy implant? Being a dude with a weak chin is not a nice combo to have….I think my face would be muc hbetter off if I went with one of the bigger chin implant sizes…..On girls not so much but on a guy oh yeah.


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Old 01-30-2010, 06:39 PM   #2
 
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Yes, chin implants come in a variety of sizes and shapes.

The best candidates for are those with weak or receding chins (microgenia), but with a normal dental bite. The facial profile can be balanced by extending the chin in relationship to the nose. The proper chin size can be measured by its position relative to the lower lip. This differs in men and women.

Maybe post some pics for honest feedback.

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The first ones are me and last one is the chin implant size and shape I want.......Will I be able to do this?
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I do not see why you would not be able to achieve your desired results.

What is wrong with your chin (in your opinion)? It appears that you have good bone structure from what I can see.

I personally think the "after chin" is way too square and too strong.

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Yes, I agree - what's wrong with the chin you have now? It looks pretty good to me!

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Chin implant adjusts the contours and increases the dimensions of the chin.

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