Chin Implant Surgeons

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Surgeons conducting Chin Implants must be properly trained with the relevant qualifications and it is important that you choose your surgeon carefully.  Within the UK Surgeons ought to be affiliated to the FRCS (Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons) in order to conduct any type of surgery.  This doesn’t necessarily mean that they have had training within the cosmetic sphere, however.  Surgeons should ideally have passed extensive examinations in cosmetic surgery and have been practising for a few years before they start completing chin augmentations.  Such a surgeon would have FRCS (plast) after their name, indicating that they have had training in plastic surgery.  Another alternative organisation is BAPRAS, (British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons).  This is a specialised group whereby members have to pass rigorous exams in order to be awarded a place.  Knowing that your surgeon is affiliated to one of these groups is very important and will ensure your trust in their skills.  This will contribute to allowing your surgery to be as stress-free and professional as possible.

Mentoplasty isn’t a completely straight-forward surgery and needs serious planning and skilled application.  By ensuring your surgeon has the relevant qualifications and is affiliated to a known cosmetic surgery organisation will lower and risks that the surgery might hold, as well as ensure the best possible result.

Surgeons outside of the UK

It is important that you have full confidence in your surgeon before committing yourself to the chin surgery.  If you are choosing to have your surgery abroad it is up to you to guarantee that your surgeon is properly qualified, each country has its own organisations and exam structures which can prove quite baffling.  Doing the research will ensure that your chin augmentation surgery is safe and that you will get the best results possible. 

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