Sometimes facial features can be brought into improved harmony by enhancing the chin with a chin implant. Nashville plastic surgeon Dr. Jack Fisher uses several different types of facial implants to bring your chin into balance with the rest of your face or to strengthen your jaw line. If you are looking for a skilled surgeon to improve your facial contours, we recommend setting up a consultation with Dr. Fisher. He uses the most advanced implants, and is very detailed in giving your new face a natural look.
If you live in or near Nashville and chin implant surgery interests you, request a consultation online with Dr. Jack Fisher. Or call our office at (615) 329-4227 and one of our associates will be happy to schedule your appointment.
Meet Dr. Jack Fisher
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Choosing Chin Implant Surgery from Dr. Fisher
At your initial consultation, Dr. Fisher will ask questions to make sure he understands what you hope to accomplish from an implant surgery. It is important that you are candid about your expectations and your medical history as this may influence what Dr. Fisher recommends. He will then conduct a full facial exam and explain your options for facial implant surgery. Dr. Fisher will also take the time to answer any questions you may have about the procedure. You should plan on being in the office for about one hour for the initial consultation.
Your Surgery & Recovery
For a chin implant surgery, Dr Fisher will select an implant size which will provide a more balanced look for your face. He will make an incision inside your mouth or under your chin to place the implant. He will then position the implant in front of your jaw bone to give your chin an enhanced look. The details of the chin implant surgery will be covered in detail during your consultation.
Dr. Fisher will provide preoperative and postoperative instructions to follow prior to your surgery. It is important that you follow these directions to be prepared and make your recovery process easier. Should you have any questions about preparation, make sure to call the office. The procedure is usually done on an outpatient basis under general anesthesia (you will be asleep). The surgery can take 1 to 2 hours to complete.