Some patients are born with a relatively small chin that doesn’t match the balance of their face. For some, this makes their nose look too big, or their chin look weak. There are several options for chin augmentation that Dr. McInnes will offer, including a chin implant, deep fat grafting, or filler placement. Each has different advantages and disadvantages, and differing risk profiles. If you are interested in speaking with Dr. McInnes about chin augmentation, please contact our office.