Cracked chin plastic surgery (butt chin)
Q: A woman in her early 20s. After orthodontics, so-called hip jaw symptoms appeared. Looking at my childhood pictures, it wasn’t that I didn’t have them, but I didn’t even notice them myself. But I could see it after braces. I’m so concerned that I tend to consciously put strength on my chin. When I laugh, my expression seems to be getting awkward and my stress is getting worse. I don’t think it’s hereditary. When you touch it, there seems to be no problem with the bones. I think it’s because of the jaw muscles. Usually, people say that muscles stick together without falling, but they say that there are cases where they don’t.
I visited a plastic surgeon in the past for counseling, but he said he would inject fat from other areas into his jaw, but when it is absorbed, he said he had to undergo surgery again.
My front jaw muscles are thick, but if I put more fat in them, it would look like they would pop out, and most of all, I didn’t like the fact that I was re-surgery again. I heard there are many permanent methods such as lipid injection, but I don’t know. I’m curious about the surgical method, the process, the cost, and the side effects 비아그라정품
A: It is not possible to accurately determine whether the bone is a problem or a soft tissue problem, but if it is a soft tissue problem, it may be solved by filler or fat transplantation. The cost of surgery varies slightly from hospital to hospital. Fillers usually cost between 800,000 won and 1 million won, and fat transplants will cost about 1.5 million won. It’s not a surgery with big side effects, so you don’t have to worry too much.