Chin Surgery Des Moines
Dr. David Robbins has created a unique cosmetic surgery practice in Iowa where you can experience the education of a quadruple board certified plastic surgeon (Dr. David Robbins) and a private operating suite at the office of Des Moines Plastic Surgery™. There is no longer a need to visit a hospital or surgery center to have chin surgery. We have it all in one convenient location!
We offer cosmetic consultations with Dr. Robbins and his highly qualified staff. Please call us at 515-221-9999 so we can answer any questions you may have and help you through your journey to get the look you have always wanted.
Chin Implant Surgery
Chin implant surgery can bring balance and harmony to your facial features. If you’re unhappy with the size or shape of your chin, it may be time to consider chin surgery at Des Moines Plastic Surgery™.
Chin surgery is a cosmetic procedure that can be used to strengthen or refine your jawline. Dr. David Robbins, a quadruple board certified plastic surgeon, performs chin surgery using a various types of chin implants.
There are a few different chin surgery techniques. The best procedure for you will depend on your cosmetic goals.
When to Consider Chin Surgery
Chin surgery can enhance your appearance and self-confidence. You may be a good candidate for surgery if you:
- Feel your chin is not proportionate to the rest of your face
- Are self-conscious about the size, shape or projection of your chin
- Desire to combine chin surgery with other facial procedures such as nose surgery or facial liposuction
Patients with severe chin deficiency or jaw misalignment problems may not be ideal candidates for chin surgery. As a general rule, the best candidates for surgery will be healthy and possess realistic expectations. At Des Moines Plastic Surgery™, Dr. Robbins will be able to determine if surgery is right for you during a one-on-one cosmetic consultation.
What happens during recovery?
Once you are released from care at Des Moines Plastic Surgery™, you will need the assistance of a friend or relative for the first few days. It’s normal to experience some numbness, stiffness and discomfort, which will make it difficult to perform normal activities like talking, eating or smiling. A combination of prescription pain medication and cold compresses should make this temporary discomfort manageable.
When can I resume my normal routines?
Most patients feel up to returning to work and other normal routines within a week of surgery. Strenuous physical activity and heavy lifting should be avoided from a few weeks to a month until you have progressed in your healing.
What are some of the risks associated with chin surgery?
Complications are uncommon, but may include prolonged healing, implant movement, numbness, infection or adverse reaction to anesthesia. Dr. Robbins and his staff will discuss these risks with you in-depth during the cosmetic consultation process.
* Individual results may vary.
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Learn More About Chin Surgery in Des Moines
Are you considering chin surgery in Des Moines? Quadruple board certified plastic surgeon Dr. David Robbins would be happy to meet with you and discuss your options during a personal cosmetic consultation. To setup your consultation today, please contact our offices at 515-221-9999 or email us.