Causes Of A Long Chin?
Hi, my brother is 50g, 160cm, his cheeks are thin, but his chin is very full whether it’s fat or meat (I don’t know) so his chin looks long. What is the solution so that the chin doesn’t look long? Thanks. Regards.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The chin is an area formed mainly from the arrangement of the mandibular bones and fat tissue. So far, someone usually wants a chin that looks long to form a thin face with a visible v-line. If the chin appears too long, it could be due to an advanced lower jaw, or abnormal growth of the bones.
In your sister's case, her weight to height ratio is still in the ideal range, so it shouldn't be because of being overweight. If it is because the lower jaw is more advanced than the upper jaw, then the way to overcome it can be by using a stirrup, or if it is too advanced, you can cut the jaw. If indeed the bones are long, it could be due to genetic disorders or triggered by hormones, then there is no way to handle it other than plastic surgery.
Our advice is the first step that your brother should take is to confirm the problem first to a dermatologist or at a beauty clinic. Because with us not meeting your sister directly, it could be that what we perceive is not in accordance with what you mean. Therefore, by meeting in person, misunderstandings can be avoided and your sister's dermatologist or beauty doctor can immediately suggest what treatments can be done, and whether you really need the help of a plastic surgeon. So, hopefully it answers your question.