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How much does a sliding genioplasty cost?

How much does a Sliding Geniplasty Cost? A sliding genioplasty cost ranges from $6000 – 9000 which includes the hardware (plates and screws), general anesthesia, facility or hospital fees, and the surgeon’s fees. If a bone graft is required to augment or correct lost bone, then the price may increase.

How long does it take to recover from sliding genioplasty?

The recovery period after a sliding genioplasty is NO longer than chin implant placement. Expect the recovery to take between two and three weeks. Normally, patients are able to return to work seven to ten days after surgery.

Does sliding genioplasty affect teeth?

Sliding Genioplasty For some people, a receding chin does not involve problems with the teeth or jaws and does not cause functional problems (e.g., with chewing).

Is a sliding genioplasty painful?

Many patients are pleasantly surprised to find out that genioplasty is not a particularly painful procedure. Your surgeon will prescribe the appropriate pain medication, as you will still experience discomfort in the days following surgery.

Does genioplasty improve jawline?

The major advantage of genioplasty is that as the chin comes forward it drags the soft tissues of the neck with it and dramatically improves the jaw line.

Which is better chin implant or genioplasty?

A genioplasty involves cutting your jaw bone and moving it forward. One advantage is you are changing your own bone, which may appeal to some patients. I recommend a chin implant because I think it’s a much safer surgery. It is technically easier, the procedure can be done in the office with or without sedation.

What should I eat after sliding genioplasty?

DIET: Drink only liquids for the first two days. Liquid supplements (e.g. Ensure) are a good source of nutrition short term. For the next five days, eat only soft foods. Then you may increase to a normal diet as you can tolerate it.

Can you eat after genioplasty?

Will I have trouble eating after genioplasty? A genioplasty procedure will likely result to a little problem when it comes to eating and chewing. It is best that you start with a soft diet then go back to your normal diet after a few days or when tolerable.

Do I need a sliding genioplasty?

Sliding genioplasty This type of genioplasty is recommended for people with severe retrogenia, or people whose chin is too far back in relation to the rest of their face. It can also help with correcting chins that are pushed too far forward and are too long.

Does sliding genioplasty improve jawline?

Which is better chin implant or Genioplasty?

How is sliding genioplasty done in New York?

Large implants result in an unnatural look. Different from other types of chin augmentation, the sliding genioplasty procedure involves making a cut (osteotomy) through the chin bone. By freeing up the malposition bone, Dr. Jamali can reposition the area to an ideal orientation.

Can a sliding genioplasty be done before chin implants?

A sliding genioplasty is a less-invasive surgical procedure designed to correct a retrusive or misaligned chin and achieve a more aesthetically pleasing facial appearance. . Most surgeons will recommend chin implants before a sliding genioplasty, however, Dr. Jamali highly disagrees that implants are an easier solution.

What are the side effects of sliding genioplasty?

This is a simple procedure. Common complications are swelling and numbness of the lip and chin for 1-2 weeks. The best way to avoid any complications will be to choose an experienced, reputable cosmetic surgeon like Dr. Jamali, who is widely considered one of the best sliding genioplasty surgeons in the country.

How does Dr Majid Jamali do the sliding genioplasty?

Jamali will begin the procedure by making an incision inside of the mouth on the inner portion of the lower lip, directly in front of the gum line. Once the skin and tissue have been raised aside, he will cut the chin area away from the jawbone.