A weak chin–also called a recessed chin–is where the chin ends further back from the rest of the facial features. This can cause an unwanted appearance on the facial profile as well as hinder facial symmetry. So, what are the options if you want to correct a recessed chin? Let’s take a look at the question, “How do you fix a weak chin?”
There are two main options for correcting a weak chin. First, are dermal fillers. In cases where only a slight enhancement is necessary, or the patient is hesitant about surgery, dermal chin fillers can work to correct the recessed chin. However, this will not work in cases where the chin is extremely recessed.
The second option is a chin implant. Placed along the bone and sized specifically to the patient’s facial anatomy, a chin implant can help fill out the facial profile, create a slimmer-looking jawline, and even masculinize or feminize the face. This is a permanent solution, but may not be right for everyone.