Chin Correction


Rebalance the features in your face and enhance the contours of your jawline with our chin implant. Our expert surgeon will correct any imbalances in the face and jawline resulting from a chin that is weak or that has a recessed contour. The procedure is carried out through a small incision, placing a small implant in the chin on top of the bone to give the appearance of a naturally contoured jawline.



Pre Treatment Advice

We advise our patients to follow a healthy diet and exercise regime prior to surgery to aid recovery and healing. Stop smoking 2 weeks prior to surgery and reduce your alcohol and caffeine intake. Your practitioner will discuss any medication you are currently taking and advise you on any adjustments if necessary prior to surgery Your skincare regime will be discussed and adjusted in the run up to your procedure.

Before Surgery

Before the procedure, the patient is typically given anaesthesia to ensure their comfort during the surgery. This may include local anaesthesia, where only the targeted area is numbed, or general anaesthesia, where the patient is asleep during the procedure.

The night before

You may need to take time off work and make arrangements for post-operative care. It’s important to plan ahead and make necessary arrangements to ensure a smooth recovery.


On the day

Dressings will be applied and you will be provided with full post-operative care instructions. Expect some discomfort during the first few days following the procedure. 

Recovery time

7-10 days

After care

Be sure to attend all scheduled follow-up appointments with your surgeon to monitor your progress and address any concerns or questions you may have.

You will be provided with full post-operative care instructions. Keep the dressings clean and dry and sleep with your head elevated. Your compression garment must be worn as advised by your surgeon. You may experience swelling and bruising during recovery. Take 1 week off work. We recommend use of a Galen IV drip treatment plan for 3 weeks to aid recovery and healing. 

We recommend taking up to 1 week off work to recover as you may suffer bruising and swelling. Arnica should also be taken (2x 200ch 3x per day) for 1 week post-op.