The shape and look of the chin is an important, gender-indicating facial feature; the chin is critical in reaching your facial gender confirmation goals. The position, shape, and size of the chin makes a huge different in how the neck and nose appear (as the chin balances the whole face).
Male chins are typically much more prominent than female chins: they are bigger, wider, longer, and squarer. Masculine chins also often have a flat base, while feminine chins are more delicate and tapered. Male chins tend to have more space between the lower lip and the bottom of the chin and, sometimes, male chins have a vertical crease in the center of the chin – known as a “cleft chin” – which is very uncommon in women.
The chin can be greatly modified – all of these features can be reduced and feminized at RSJ Plastic Surgery’s Florida premises.