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View Our SpecialsThe use of facial implants is a popular ancillary procedure with or without facial rejuvenation surgery. The most common implants are either made of silicone or a porous material called medpor. The most commonly performed procedure in this group is chin augmentation. Most people feel that a stronger chin is more aesthetically pleasing than weak chin. This is usually discussed with the patient in the event of a rhinoplasty procedure as both procedures are complimentary in order to achieve a good facial balance. At the Newport Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery office, Dr. Hisham Seify offers plastic and reconstructive surgery to patients across Southern California including: Irvine, Tustin, Santa Ana, Mission Viejo and Newport Beach, California. Contact the Newport Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Associates office today to schedule your FREE Chin Implants Consultation! *The information about Chin Implant was reviewed by Dr. Hisham M. Seify. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us using our contact form below.