June 29, 2007, Newsletter Issue #71: Chin Implant Recovery

Tip of the Week

Your chin is bruised so badly the neighbors are talking. Point them to a medical dictionary. You've just had chin implant surgery. Swelling and bruising are normal after chin implant surgery, so you'll use cold compresses for a few days--swelling typically disappears within five. You may have a splint or brace to hold your chin in place, so sleep elevated and on your back.

After chin augmentation, you'll have difficulty eating and talking, so try not to yak on the phone to all your friends about your great chin implants and the great deal on the chin implant prices. You'll have pain medication while you're recovering and you can resume normal activities in two weeks, although you shouldn't go for your morning run--people might think you're escaping your hubby! Avoid those nosy neighbors, concerned friends and pesky police inuiqiries by giving everyone information about chin augmentation. After all, your husband's a great guy!

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