Another Lower Part of Your Face That Wants To Be Feminized
The lower part of your face is the last puzzle piece that wants to be solved to turn your male face into a female face. Take a close look at the following pictures and define yourself which face resembles a female or a male face for you and why.
Jaw And Chin STM (Non-Surgical Soft-Tissue-Modification)
These non-invasive procedures modify various soft tissue – that is fat, muscle, and skin tissue along your mandible to create the desired feminization effect. As a standard, they always complement our V-Line Surgery (Bone Surgery) but can be performed as stand-alone procedures also.
When is V-Line Surgery (Bone Surgery) a great option for me?
V-Line surgery will redefine the lower part of your face when you have these male attributes:
A wide and prominent jaw and a square, large chin are those male lower facial gender markers that want elimination. The goal is to create a smaller, slender, and more feminine V-like profile. Just as with our STM procedures, the three elements that shape your lower face get addressed surgically: the jaw angles, the width of the jaw, the body of the mandible, and the size and shape of the chin.
Okay – I decide I need that – so what now?
Every face has its unique character and shape on top of the more general attributes. The lower part of your face needs to match the character of your face.
This is why your consultation with Dr. Kaushik will be so important.
He will give you his best advice on how to transform the character of your lower male face into a lower female face that fits your face‘s character and appearance.
Out of all available procedures to feminize and beautify your lower face – surgical and STM procedures – Dr. Kaushik will suggest those procedures that will work best for you – and you decide which options make sense to you.
Find a quick summary of the most important and most often used procedures below:
TrueShape Orthognathic Surgery (Correction of Prominent Jaws/Gummy Smile) might be necessary to create the more vertical plane of a female face by setting back the upper and/or lower jaw.