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Hav eyou personally had to deal with this chin issue?? Why so tight and puckered? Is it from the aspiration of the fluid build up?


What revision would you do if I were your patient and when would you make that determination? Thank you so much for your help! I found an ultra sound machine and asked surgical techs to check with my surgeon and they didn't ever answer me. I am willing to do whatever it takes to make this go away. I think they are tired of hearing from me. I am a little disapointed right now. Thank you for your help!

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DrMarkEJohnson


Cosmetic surgeon
Kennewick, WA
United States
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  puckered neck
October 17, 2012 1:29 PM

I agree with Dr. Pichler as to causation. I have found that it is usually the area closer to the jaw bone, but in different people it can form in other places. Unfortunately, it seems to (more)
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sacramento, CA
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  Submental puckering
October 16, 2012 9:11 AM

Yes, I have seen it. It has to do with some scar tissue forming that will respond to cortisone injection and massage . I would wait about a year before deciding if anything needs to be (more)
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