Best Korean Square Jaw Surgery
V Line Square Jaw Surgery makes your frontal face look slender by creating a slim line from right under your ears to the tip your chin. T-osteotomy or Dia-osteotomy is used depending on the shape or length of your chin.
V-Line Square Jaw Reduction Surgery
The most advanced square jaw surgery
As beauty standards and patients’ needs have changed over time, the surgical methods of mandible reduction have adjusted to reflect these changes.
Therefore, id is pleased to introduce the most advanced V-line square jaw reduction surgery which will help you get a complete slim V-Line from right under your ears to the tip of your chin.
generation Mandible angle reduction surgery
Simply cutting the mandible angle to make it smooth.
Although the prominent mandible angle will be reduced, the facial shape may become pentagonal due to an additional angle being created.
Rounding jawline surgery
In order to reduce the size of a wide square jaw, the jaw line is rounded from the mandible angle to the chin.
It is effective in creating a smooth line, but cannot make the tip of the chin much slimmer.
generation V-Line Square Jaw Reduction Surgery
id thoughts - How can we make the chin slimmer?
It creates a complete V-line shape by combining T-Osteotomy and mandible angle reduction.
Registered Service mark No. 41-0351409
starting from id hospital
id was the first hospital in Korea to introduce T-Osteotomy
surgery for completing the perfect V-Line.
id hospital introduced V-Line Square Jaw Reduction Surgery
With T-Osteotomy through ‘The Korean Society of Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgeons’, and also received international recognition for its safety and effectiveness through the ASPS.
Special features of T-Osteotmy
T-Osteotomy is a method in which the chin is cut in a T-shape and put together, originally used for the remedy of cancer and other diseases.
Dr. Sang Hon Park of id hospital has applied this method to maxillofacial surgeries. Also, T-Osteotomy technique gained academic recognition by the ASPS for its safety and effectiveness.
id hospital uses this method to give our patients the best outcome in compliance with their own cases.
Numerous variations of T-Osteotomy
- If the nerves are located at a higher point, Y-osteotomy will be conducted in order to create the perfect V-Line.
- If the chin is long, it will be cut in a pyramid shape in order to adjust the length of your chin and face
- Cutting in a W-shape will alter the chin length, resulting in a smooth and slimmer jaw line.
- The tip of the chin will be cut after being designed differently for the facial balance and the pieces will be gathered in a V-shape.
Will a V-Line be created just because
of the complicated osteotomy?
With over ten years experience of facial contouring, id gives you the prefect V-Line with T-Osteotomy.
id has the surgical know-how to make a complete V-Line without any complications.
id Hospital selects the right method for each individual through detailed pre-examination and accurate diagnosis
Applied a patent and received international recognition, id’s chin tip surgical method
1. T osteotomy + Square jaw reduction
Surgical method of T osteotomy
2. Dia osteotomy + Square jaw reduction
Surgical method of Dia osteotomy
Customized surgery with an appropriate osteotomy for the length and shape of your chin
|T shape||Shape of osteotomy||Pentagonal diamond|
|Low possibility of
|Nerve damage||Low possibility of
|Operable only in
sandwich t osteotomy
|Reduction of jaw length||Operable|
|Not operable||Extension of jaw length||Operable (within 4mm)|
|Self-transplantation or insertion
of aritificial bone
|Additional surgery for lengthening||No need for additional surgery|
Special features of V-Line Square Jaw Reduction Surgery
No need to worry about facial length! V line for any type of face!
V line with feasible ratios to both long and short chin
Slimmer V line by lowering the tip of chin
Slender V line by reducing the width of square jaw
Diagonal osteotomy to make it thinner! A thick lower jaw bone can be slimmed!
V line with volume! Balanced with golden ratio!
Experience a volumized look!
Surgical Benefits of V-Line Square Jaw Reduction
1. Possibility of a variety of corrections
You can meet your needs by altering the length of the chin and the width of the jawbone which allows you to achieve a beautiful jawline.
Reduce the width of the lower face, from the mandibular angle to the chin.
A blunt chin becomes refined and slimmer.
Long Face Correction
The width and length of the chin is reduced to give it a more proportional and slender look.
Protruding Chin correction
The length of the chin is shortened and the chin is brought back to correct a protruding jaw.
Short Chin Correction
The tip of the chin is extended to give it an altogether slimmer look.
Using the tip of the chin as the center, both sides of the jaw are brought into alignment to correct facial asymmetry.
2. Individually customized face line
You can consult with our doctors to decide the shape of chin that you desire to obtain from the procedure.
3. Minimized Side Effects
V-Line Square Jaw Reduction Surgery is performed while avoiding nerves to minimize the possibility of damage and it is done in a manner that helps prevent future skin sagging, giving you optimal results.
Dr. Ji Hyuck Lee explains
How essential is T-Osteotomy for achieving the perfect V-Line?
Currently, almost all clinics perform square jaw reduction surgery with T-osteotomy. The reason is that T-Osteotomy can create a perfect V-Line at all angles.
Before id Hospital first developed T-Osteotomy, square jaw reduction surgery was performed by rounding the jawline. With this method, the actual size of the chin could not be reduced. The T-osteotomy method was discovered during the case of a patient with chin cancer in England, who was treated by a T-shaped incision. id hospital adopted and adapted this method to develop T-Osteotomy square jaw reduction surgery which makes the chin more slender.
The limits of square jaw reduction surgery have been overcome by T-Osteotomy which has become vital to creating the perfect V-Line.
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Removal of stitches
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