Am I a candidate?
Our typical chin augmentation patient is a Marina del Rey man or woman who wants to correct a:
- Weak chin
- Poorly defined jawline
- Disproportionate chin
- Double chin
How much does chin augmentation cost?
According to 2016 statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the national average cost of chin augmentation is $2,236. However, this only covers the surgeon’s fee. Additional costs may include anesthesia fees, hospital costs, medical tests and more.
What are the risks?
When performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon, chin augmentation is a very safe procedure. Though rare, risks may include a negative reaction to the anesthesia, infection, sensation loss, and more.