Facial Implants

Facial Implants

Facial implants are used to enhance certain features of the face. These are often sculpted pieces of synthetic materials deep under the subcutaneous tissue and onto the underlying bone.

Silicone or other substances are placed in the chin, cheeks or jaw to enhance the contours of the face. These implants are used to aesthetically improve facial contours, proportion and correct imbalances caused by injury or hereditary traits.

Do you need facial implant surgery?

If you are self-conscious about your appearance, a facial implant surgery could effectively strengthen a jaw line and balance the chin or cheekbones with the rest of the face.

A face that appears “sunken” or tired for example, can be corrected to appear healthy and cheerful with facial implants. It can help restore youthfulness and vitality your face. Facial implants are becoming more and more common, thanks to cutting-edge medical technology.

Ideal Candidates

Facial implants are best for patients who are otherwise in good health, without active diseases or serious, pre-existing medical conditions. It is a routinely performed plastic surgery procedure.

Facial implants are frequently used by plastic surgeons to balance the features of a patient’s face. It is also often done in conjunction with other cosmetic procedures when needed.


 There are several synthetic materials that are used for implants. Silicone is a popular option but your surgeon will consult with you and discuss recommendations for the type of implant to use.

Given below are some of the more popular facial implant procedures:

  • Chin implant – These can be used to increase anterior, lateral and downward projection of the chin. The implant is placed internally through the lower lip, or externally under the chin. An incision inside the mouth or under the chin is made, creating a pocket into which the implant is inserted. If another cosmetic procedure, such as a face lift or eyelid surgery is being performed at the same time, your surgeon may insert the implants through those incisions.
  • Cheek implants – The implants are placed either through incisions inside the upper lip or through the lower eyelid.
  • Jaw angle implants – These can be placed individually, in pairs, or as a large wraparound implant that includes the chin. They are used to increase lateral and/or downward projection of the ramus. They are placed through incisions inside the lower lip. The incision site will be secured with sutures that will dissolve in about one week.
  • Paranasal implant – This involves placing a specially designed implant between the nose and upper lip to increase anterior projection of the upper jaw. It is inserted through a small incision inside the mouth.


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