If you want to add definition to the key features of your face, in addition, to improving the symmetry and proportion overall to create a better balance. You'll also hear the procedure referred to as facial contouring or chin and cheek augmentation. The objective of the procedure is to alter the shape and the balance of the face with the use of implants that'll enhance the receding chin, in addition, add prominence to the cheek bones as well as reshape the line of the line. The people ideal to have the procedure are both men and women that have weak chins or unpronounced cheeks and/or a jaw line that's undefined.
Instead, if staying in their own backyard, may people are going to Thailand to get facial implants. There they can find quality surgeons that'll be able to walk them through the steps to ensure that the procedure(s) go as well as possible. You and surgeon will discuss the options that you have and then determine want the best route to take is.
Although, the surgeons are experienced in their felid there, of course, some risk that are involved with any surgery. Before you make the final decision to have facial implants you should be fully aware of all the risk that are associated with the surgery and then sign the consent forms. During the consultation the surgeon will explain to you the risk and will make sure that he/she answers any questions that you have if you don't understand clearly.
After you understand all the risk associated with facial implants you're required to sign a form stating that you comprehend those risk and that you also accept them. The hospital in Thailand will not perform the surgery until you have sign the consent form since it's standard protocol.
Before the Surgery
During the consultation it's a must that you let the surgeon know if you have any medical information that may have an impact the result of the implants or will increase the risk for something going wrong. It's important for you to inform the surgeon of any medications, history of disease and medical complications. Risk and the level of risk will vary from person to person, which is dependent on many factors. Here are some possible risk to keep in mind:
- The shifting or inaccurate positioning of the implants or an infection surrounding it, which requires another operation or the implant has to be removed.
- Tightening and the hardening of the scar tissue that surrounds the implant, which will result in an unnatural shape.
The surgery can take anywhere from thirty minutes to two hours to complete. The surgeon can either decide to use local or general anesthesia. After the surgery some side effects you may experience some discomfort temporarily, bruising, swelling stiffness and/or stiffness.
Your recovery time will be about a week and then you can head back to work. You'll go back to your normal appearance in two to four weeks. Important to stay away from activity that can bump the face for six weeks or more.
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