Chinplants are Hot New Trend in Cosmetic Surgery
Chinplants are the hot new trend in cosmetic surgery for both men and women. Cosmetic surgery to enhance and strengthen the chin grew a whopping 71% between 2010 and 2011, according to a new report by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Growth in the number of chin plant cosmetic surgery procedures performed in the U.S. is outpacing the combined growth of the three most popular cosmetic procedures: breast augmentation, liposuction and Botox!
A square jaw and slightly jutting chin have defined the ideal image of masculine strength and virility since long before Hollywood made a strong jaw line and firm chin the must-have profile of iconic celluloid heroes. More recently, the allure of the square jaw has jumped genders. Over the past decade, America’s love affair with the delicate damsel in distress has been replaced by a fascination with sexy, kick-ass women as epitomized by Angelina Jolie whose broad, square jaw line, projecting chin and high, well-defined cheekbones have become the new vision of female beauty.
Chin beauty is a matter of genes. If you’re not born with a square jaw and powerful chin but lust for the manly mug of Chris Evans’ Captain America (“The Avengers” entire cast is a picture of square-jawed, firm-chinned determination!) or Heidi Klum’s sexy chin, cosmetic surgery provides you with options for improving your appearance. While a chin implant can dramatically transform your appearance, many people who desire a better looking facial profile are concerned about making such a substantial change to their natural appearance. Liposuction, Botox and dermal fillers offer attractive alternatives.
A highly-skilled Cleveland cosmetic surgeon can use liposuction under the chin to create a more pleasing chin profile. Non-surgical wrinkle treatments such as Botox/Dysport and dermal fillers can also be used to refine and improve facial appearance. Cosmetic surgery can help transform a weak chin into a stronger, more commanding profile. It can give sexy definition to your jaw line and improve the way you look. Cosmetic surgery won’t turn you into Captain America or Wonder Woman, but that’s how you’ll feel!