Chin Tucks


The main risk of having a chin tuck performed is bleeding. A collection of blood, known as a hematoma, may develop. We typically don’t require drains for our chin tucks, but the dressing does apply pressure to the area, which may cause bruising and swelling. It is recommended you do not work for one week after this procedure.


The procedure for our chin tuck includes:

  • Small Incision Made
  • Fatty Tissue Trimmed
  • Wound Closed
  • Use of Sutures
  • Follow-Up Visit


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Dr. Connie Hiers COVID-19 Update

On behalf of the Dr. Connie Hiers team, we want to thank you for your continued support and confidence. Our offices continue to remain open and maintain their normal hours and operations. 

As always, the safety of our patients is our number one priority, so we promise to always maintain the highest standards of cleanliness. 

To further offer you peace of mind, we have increased the frequency and thoroughness of cleaning and disinfection of our entire office.

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