For those unfortunate men and women who suffer from the embarrassment of a double chin, liposuction is available. While it may not be as “advertised” on television and movies as other types of liposuction, it is a good opportunity for people who have lost weight and have excess skin or just want to lose the double chin.
No matter what diet and exercise changes are made, the skin under one’s chin will remain virtually unchanged. Chin-tightening exercises will help to a very small degree, but will never completely eliminate the look of a double chin. This is due to the fact that one cannot exercise away fat, and diet alone will not remove the fat under the chin.
Liposuction has been revolutionized in the past few years, and procedures for chin liposuction have drastically improved. One can now expect shorter recovery times and improved time before returning to work, making the surgery more appealing than ever. Scarring is now at an all-time minimum, meaning that people may never know that surgery was performed.
The average cost of chin liposuction varies, depending on the surgeon, anesthesiologist, location, and various other types of information. Generally speaking, one should expect a total around $3500 for just the chin procedure, including the surgeon fee, anesthetic, facility fee, and the procedure itself.