Chin Augmentation FAQ
How Much Pain Is Involved?
You will feel no pain while your surgery is performed under general anesthesia. Dr. Mabrie works with board-certified anesthesiologists whose role is to administer medication during the procedure to ensure you feel no pain during surgery and to minimize discomfort and nausea after surgery. They monitor your vital signs as well. After your chin augmentation in San Francisco, over-the-counter pain relievers should be all you need.
How do I Prepare for Surgery?
To prepare for chin augmentation, schedule about a week off work and other activities. Make sure you have what you need at home to allow you to stay there and rest for a few days, including food in the cupboard and over-the-counter medication in the medicine chest. You may want to stock up on soft foods such as soup and yogurt.
You'll need to arrange for a friend to pick you up after surgery and stay with you the first night as a precaution. If you need assistance with these arrangements, just let us know.
What Are the Next Steps?
The best way to get started is to request a consultation with Dr. David Mabrie. He works with men and women from throughout the Bay Area including San Francisco, Oakland, Walnut Creek and Pinole. Request a consultation online or call us at (415) 445-9513 today.