Chin Surgery (Genioplasty) & Implants

Houston, Texas orthognathic jaw surgery

A strong chin is a facial feature that is desirable in both men and women.  However, their chins are shaped differently and require different techniques to attain the right contour for your face.

Women’s chins tend to be smaller and more pointed than in men, who value a broad chin.  Chin clefts (the notorious “butt-chin”) can be attractive qualities in men, but most women who have them wish they didn’t exist and choose to have them corrected.

Chin surgery & procedures can occur in two forms – by way of an implant placed next to the bone, or by moving the chin itself.  Both ways can serve to give you the chin shape you want, and Dr. Hall can help guide you to making the choice that is right for you.

Am I a Candidate for Houston Chin Surgery?

You may be a candidate for chin surgery if you are healthy and:

  • Would like a stronger chin
  • Have a cleft chin
  • Have a chin that is too pronounced
  • Feel your lower face looks too short
  • Want more definition between your chin and neck

Chin Surgery & Procedure

Chin surgery is performed in an outpatient surgery center, and is done under anesthesia.  Chin surgery length can range in time depending on what different procedures you and Dr. Hall decide are right for you, but averages about an hour.  You will go home the day of the procedure and will apply cooling packs to your face to minimize swelling and discomfort.

Chin Surgery Recovery

Over the course of the first week after chin surgery, swelling and bruising of the chin significantly decreases.  Sutures are typically removed 5 days after surgery (if there are any to remove at all).

Because of the swelling, most people take a week off of work for chin surgery recovery.  If Dr. Hall made incisions above your gums to place the implants, you will need to refrain from eating anything crunchy (tortilla chips, etc) for approximately a week until your incisions have healed.

How Much Is Chin Surgery?

A genioplasty, or chin augmentation, typically costs $4,900. If you would like a chin implant instead of a genioplasty, the cost is approximately $4,100, but may vary depending on the cost of the chin implant itself. For information on what is included in the total cost of the procedure, please see the Plastic Surgery Pricing page.

If you have any questions about your Houston chin surgery & implant procedures or would like to meet with Dr. Hall to discuss your options, call 713.791.0700 and schedule an appointment to meet with him at either of his Houstonlocations.  You can also use the contact forms to request an appointment by email or request a  complimentary online consultations via Skype. To schedule an internet consultation, please contact Dr. Hall via email at and someone will be in touch with you shortly.

Complimentary Skype Consultation for headache Surgery

Dr. Jason Hall is a Houston based Plastic Surgeon that is board-certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery, and is a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons. Procedures includes: Breast Augmentation, Breast Lift, Eyelid Surgery, Facelift, Rhinoplasty, Liposuction, Tummy Tuck, Mommy Makeover, Migraine Treatment and other Cosmetic and Craniofacial surgery procedures.
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