Is there a non invasive permanent procedure for chin augmentation?

I read a chin augmentation using fillers would require re-application every 3 months. Is there something more permanent or at least require treatment every year?

ANSWERS FROM DOCTORS (5)


Answered by Allure Medical

There are longer-lasting filler options, but they carry risks that last longer as well. There is a chance your body will not agree with the fillers and it causes a reaction. Also, if the person administering the filler isn't skilled, your results may not be desirable.

All said, longer-lasting hyaluronic fillers are available, with the first filler lasting about a year and the second fill lasting even longer. That is the safest, most predictable option without surgery. By the way, a chin implant can be done while you're awake, and it is reversible if you don’t like it.

Published on Jan 01, 2019

Answered by Allure Medical (View Profile)

There are longer-lasting filler options, but they carry risks that last longer as well. There is a chance your body will not agree with the fillers and it causes a reaction. Also, if the person administering the filler isn't skilled, your results may not be desirable.

All said, longer-lasting hyaluronic fillers are available, with the first filler lasting about a year and the second fill lasting even longer. That is the safest, most predictable option without surgery. By the way, a chin implant can be done while you're awake, and it is reversible if you don’t like it.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Harry Glassman, M.D.

The only permanent filler would be silicone injections; however, there are considerable risks associated with silicone being injected even when done by someone with a lot of experience. The best permanent result is obtained by surgery.

Published on Apr 05, 2018

Answered by Harry Glassman, M.D. (View Profile)

The only permanent filler would be silicone injections; however, there are considerable risks associated with silicone being injected even when done by someone with a lot of experience. The best permanent result is obtained by surgery.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Smooth Solutions Medical Aesthetics

There are some dermal fillers that are indicated to last 6-12 months. It would depend on type of filler used and if it can indeed be used in area of concern.

Published on Aug 06, 2015

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Answered by Smooth Solutions Medical Aesthetics

There are some dermal fillers that are indicated to last 6-12 months. It would depend on type of filler used and if it can indeed be used in area of concern.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Celibre Medical Corporation

Hello, besides surgery, we have found the best results with Radiesse, which lasts 9-12 months.

Published on Aug 04, 2015

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Answered by Celibre Medical Corporation

Hello, besides surgery, we have found the best results with Radiesse, which lasts 9-12 months.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Bella MD Laser Vein and Aesthetic Center

Most fillers are FDA approved to last up to 12 months so I'm not sure why someone told you 3? Botox needs to be reinjected more often but not fillers. I would suggest going to someone who ONLY injects and who is an MD. Then you can get a good plan together and discuss options. Unfortunately it sounds like you didn't get great advice this time!!

Published on Aug 04, 2015

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Answered by Bella MD Laser Vein and Aesthetic Center

Most fillers are FDA approved to last up to 12 months so I'm not sure why someone told you 3? Botox needs to be reinjected more often but not fillers. I would suggest going to someone who ONLY injects and who is an MD. Then you can get a good plan together and discuss options. Unfortunately it sounds like you didn't get great advice this time!!

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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