Will a chin implant get me a better job?
Sometimes I ask myself “Will a chin implant get me a better job?” I wouldn’t say the company I work at has a shallow corporate culture (at least, I wouldn’t say it where anybody else at work could hear me) but I can’t help but notice that all of the people from middle management on up are above average in looks (notice I said nothing about their brains) and I know this because their photos are all over the corridor walls. I don’t think I’m that bad-looking, but my chin is a little underdeveloped. I’m told that a properly formed chin conveys an impression of strength and purposefulness in both men and women, and that the chin bone acts as the tentpole for the muscles of the neck, helping them stay taut. Which makes me wonder — will a chin implant get me a better job?
I’ve checked, and here’s how they do it in Charlotte NC. First, a chin implant is chosen to fit the face. The surgery itself takes less than an hour — the surgeon makes an incision under the chin, creates a pocket on the chin bone and inserts the implant. The sutures come out less than a week later. There may be swelling and bruising around the chin and neck, which lasts for a week to ten days. During this time, I might also suffer from stiffness when smiling or talking, but this will also pass. If I go through with this, I’ll need some oral antibiotics both before and after the procedure to protect me from infection.
Charlotte’s most experienced facial plastic surgeon
Dr. Sean Freeman is undoubtedly the number one surgeon for chin implants in Charlotte NC. He has been certified by two different surgery boards, the American Board of Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has done only facial plastic surgery since 1988. He hasn’t had to take out a chin implant in twenty years. If you’ve ever wondered “Will a chin implant get me a better job?” call today or schedule an online consultation for a discount on the consultation fee.