Since the relationship between the nose and chin can determine how aesthetically pleasing a face is, getting only the nose or chin surgically enhanced may not be sufficient. To get a fully proportionate face, both rhinoplasty (surgery of the nose) and genioplasty (surgery of the chin) are necessary. Researchers say that the combination surgery guarantees long-term results.
A combo surgery is more cost-effective, since it reduces the cost of having two separate surgeries and recoveries. Working on both features also increases the rate of patient satisfaction, because both features complement each other to achieve better facial harmony. Depending upon the specific procedure requested, the time required to heal and settle will vary. Once the entirety of the swelling has subsided, you’ll be able to see your new, improved nose and chin.
To learn more about combining chin and nose surgery, contact Dr. Andres Gantous, a board-certified facial plastic surgeon, to set up a private consultation.