Chin Liposuction

Liposuction (lipoplasty) in the chin area is a procedure that can be used to remove excess fat under your skin. This can be a common body contouring procedure performed at Precision Aesthetics and it can offer very pleasing results. It can address problems such as double chins, sagging flab along the lower jaw and loose jowls around the throat area.

Chin Liposuction

SlimLipo™ Chin Liposuction

During a consultation, we will assess your chin area to determine the best option for you. This can include surgical liposuction, laser liposuction or an alternative non-surgical or surgical procedure. For example, a possible option for some clients wanting to augment their jawline may be a chin implant. This can correct a retrusive chinline and may enhance the neck and chin area. The advantage of laser liposuction can be that in addition to fat removal, tightening of the skin can also occur.

Want to get rid of your double chin and enjoy an attractively shaped and well-defined jawline? Contact us to find out what procedures can help you look and feel better.

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