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If you are not happy with your chin, there’s an alternative to having major surgery or having a chin implant put in. Plastic surgeon Dr. Paul Nassif shows The Doctors how the chin can be reshaped simply by using fillers.
The star of E!’s “Dr. 90210” and “Botched” tells The Doctors in lieu of an implant, he often uses hyaluronic acid injections. He notes that the injection is reversible and will last anywhere from 9 months to a year.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon says that the patient’s own fat can also be used to achieve a similar look and to fill out sagging or droopy areas of the face. He explains that volume in the face can often help someone appear younger.
This type of injection should cost anywhere from $1000 to $2000, which is considerably less than going under the knife. Our test patient Lori says after undergoing the procedure live on the show, “I didn’t feel any pain at all.”
Check out the video below to see results and get a look at Lori’s new chin!