CHIN AUGMENTATION RECOVERY
The recovery time for Chin Augmentation varies depending on the type of procedure, the extent of the surgery, and the individual healing process. In general, chin augmentation patients can expect some swelling, bruising, pain, and numbness in the chin area for the first few days or weeks after the surgery.
The surgeon may prescribe pain medication, antibiotics, and anti-inflammatory drugs to help with the recovery. The stitches are usually removed after a week, and the swelling and bruising should subside within a month. Most patients can resume normal activities within a week or two but should avoid strenuous exercise, contact sports, and chewing hard foods for at least six weeks.
The final results of Chin Augmentation may take several months to become visible, as the implant or bone settles into place and the tissues heal.