Males tend to have long, wide, and angular jaws – giving the male jawline a firm, square look. Female jaws, on the other hand, are typically softer, smoother, and more rounded. Fortunately, the jaw is a facial feature that can be significantly modified and feminized. At RSJ Plastic Surgery in Florida, Dr. Jarial can reduce the size and modify the shape of a large, wide, or prominent jaw with mandible contouring.
An Adam’s apple is a key gender indicator and, at RSJ Plastic Surgery, Dr. Jarial can reduce that, too. One of the most immediately obvious differences between men and women, the Adam’s apple is built up in males during puberty as the cartilage of the voice box grows and the voice deepens. This cartilage can be surgically shaved in a tracheal shaving procedure at our Florida premises.