Facial Bone Contouring Revision Surgery

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What is Facial Bone Contouring Revision Surgery?

Facial bone contouring revision is required for unsatisfied surgery result or functional abnormality. For revision surgery, hospital with specialized revision surgery know-how should be chosen for improvement of both functional and aesthetic parts. When considering revision surgery, it is important to choose the right method after a thorough consultation.

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Facial Bone Contouring Revision Surgery Features

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Rich experience and specialized know-how

MINE PLASTIC SURGERY can deliver safe and highly satisfactory surgery with surgical performance based on each symptom, through precise determination and analysis of existing surgery problems by medical professionals with rich revision surgery experiences.

Accurate understanding of cause and analysis

With precise diagnosis using 3D-CT and 3D scanner, the extent of surgery and others are determined by analyzing skeleton formation, shape, and neuronal location in 3D structure. And safe surgical procedures are assured through sufficient consultation and operation plan.

Stable fixation

It prevents the return of facial skeleton with stable fixation at ideal location.

Overall harmony and balance

Oval and natural facial line is completed considering overall harmony and balance, instead of resection of large portion of skeleton.

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Facial Bone Contouring Revision Surgery Target

Cheekbone revision

  • Protruding cheekbone due to strong facial impression caused by cheekbone
  • Unnatural facial line due to cheekbone protruding
  • Uneven face or large looking face size with cheekbone development
  • Asymmetrical cheekbone or wide left and right sides of cheekbones

Square jaw revision

  • Asymmetry of left side and right side
  • Non-smooth line called "staircase angle"
  • Uneven jaw line
  • No distinctive change after surgery

Front jaw revision

  • Asymmetry of left side and right side
  • Noticeable jaw tip
  • Insufficiently shortened jaw length
  • No distinctive change after surgery