What Is the G.I. Jaw Procedure?

The G.I. Jaw is an innovative non-surgical procedure invented by Dr. Miller. The procedure is performed to enhance the jawline and chin to create a strong, chiseled appearance. The goal of the G.I. Jaw is to provide men with the sharp jawbone and square chin that represent a classically handsome and masculine appearance.

How Is the G.I. Jaw Procedure Performed?

The specifics of the G.I. Jaw procedure vary depending on the unique needs and preferences of the patient. During the non-surgical procedure, Dr. Miller aims to enhance the contours of the jawline and sharpen the angles of the mandible to create a chiseled, masculine appearance.

The G.I. Jaw procedure can involve one or more of the following treatments:

  • Facial injectables such as Botox, Restylane, Juvéderm, and Voluma
  • Kybella
  • Liposuction
  • Neck-Tite
  • Medical-grade implants

Benefits of the G.I. Jaw Procedure in New Orleans

The G.I. Jaw procedure can provide several major benefits to men who would like a more defined and sculpted jawline:

  • Enhanced jawline definition and contours
  • Creates a lifted, square chin
  • Eliminates excess fat beneath the chin
  • Tightens loose, sagging skin around the chin and jawline
  • More balanced profile appearance
  • More youthful-looking jawline
  • Increased self-confidence and self-image
  • Minimally invasive procedure
  • Minimal recovery downtime
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What Should I Expect During the Procedure?

If you’re interested in enhancing your chin and jawline, the first step will be to have a consultation with Dr. Miller. He’ll talk with you about your specific cosmetic goals to determine whether or not the G.I. Jaw procedure is the best option. He’ll answer any questions you have about the treatment, and he’ll also need to know about your medical history, current health, allergies, and any medications you’re taking. If you choose to move forward with the procedure, he’ll work closely with you to create a custom-tailored G.I. Jaw treatment plan.

The G.I. Jaw procedure will be performed on an outpatient basis. Depending on which treatments you’re receiving, you’ll be given either local anesthesia or a topical numbing cream. There will only be incisions made if your G.I. Jaw procedure includes liposuction or implants. Otherwise, Dr. Miller will use fine needles to make precise injections around your chin and jawline. In total, the procedure will likely take between one and two hours to complete.

How Long Is the Recovery Time?

Your recovery period after your G.I. Jaw procedure will depend on which treatments were administered. If no incisions were made, you may be able to return to work within a day or two. However, if your procedure included liposuction and/or medical-grade implants, you may need to rest for several days or a week. After your procedure, Dr. Miller will provide you with thorough instructions to ensure that you heal properly.

Am I a Candidate for the G.I. Jaw Procedure?

Men who are unsatisfied with the shape and definition of their jawline could be good candidates for G.I. Jaw. To be an ideal candidate for the procedure, you should:

  • Be in good physical health
  • Have realistic expectations
  • Have the desire to enhance the definition of your jawline
  • Be unsatisfied with the shape and/or prominence of your chin
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Why Choose Dr. Miller for Your G.I. Jaw Procedure?

Dr. Philip Miller is not only a double board-certified plastic surgeon who specializes in facial procedures, but he’s also the inventor of the G.I. Jaw procedure. Because Dr. Miller created this innovative procedure, he is by far the most qualified plastic surgeon to perform it. He takes pride in getting to know each patient, understanding their needs and preferences, and providing them with superb, natural-looking results. He will personalize your G.I. Jaw procedure to ensure that your chin and jawline are strong, chiseled, and proportionate to your overall facial appearance. Contact our office today if you’d like to schedule a consultation.

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