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Chin implant surgery

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Chin implant surgery

Chin implants are made from a variety of materials including silicone, other man-made materials (such as polythene) or tissue from your own body. The steps generally include:

• The medical practitioner makes an incision either on the underside of the chin or inside the mouth at the lower lip.

• If you are having surgery using your own tissue, this may be achieved by having the bone of your chin cut and moved forward, then secured with metal plates and screws.

• If your surgery involves a synthetic implant, the implant is put into position and the incision is closed

Potential complications of facial implant surgery

All surgery carries some degree of risk. Some of the potential complications of facial implant surgery include:

allergic reaction to anaesthetic, which may be fatal

heavy bleeding from the surgical site

blood clots that may cause potentially fatal cardiovascular complications such as heart attack, deep vein thrombosis or stroke

infection that may require treatment with antibiotics or further surgery in some cases

allergic reaction to sutures, dressings or antiseptic solutions

the formation of a large blood clot (haematoma) beneath the incision, which may require drainage

keloids and hypertrophic scars – raised, thickened scars. These may form over the healed incision sites. They may be itchy and unsightly, but are not a threat to health

temporary or permanent areas of numbness

inflamed, itchy scars

difficulty talking or smiling for several weeks

movement of the implant, which will require further surgery

slow healing, often related to smoking or diabetes

short-term nausea following general anaesthesia

reduced ability to move your mouth and lips.