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Facial jaw implants, also known as jaw implants, enhance the shape and size of the jaw. Surgeons usually use silicone to create a more balanced and symmetrical look by surgically placing them inside the jawbone.
Similarly, malar implants, also known as cheek implants, add fullness and definition to the cheekbone area. To create a fuller and more contoured appearance, surgeons typically use synthetic materials to surgically place implants under the skin.
The surgery is typically performed under general anesthesia and involves making small incisions either inside the mouth or under the chin. The size and shape of the implants will depend on the individual‘s desired results and the surgeon‘s recommendations.
The implants are then carefully placed and secured onto the jawbone before the incisions are closed with sutures. Implants are a popular choice for both men and women who want to enhance their facial features and achieve a more balanced and defined look. People commonly choose it if they have a weak or recessive chin, a narrow or asymmetrical jawline, or a ‘double chin’ caused by excess fat in the chin.