Revision Genioplasty

Revision Genioplasty

It Is Important to Recieve Revision Facial Contouring from an Experienced Specialist Capable of Giving an Accurate Diagnosis and Using Safe and Effective Surgical Techniques.

Before Revision Facial Contouring - Checklist

  • Facial Contouring-Specialized Surgeon Highly Experienced in Revision Surgery

    Facial contouring is highly difficult surgery conducted withnarrowed and obstructed view. After primary surgery, disfiguration due to muscle adhesion or bone resorption could appear and and inexperienced surgeon could cause unnecessary bleeding. Therefore, revision surgery for facial contouring requires greater expertise.

  • Thorough Examination of Changes in Facial Bone and Muscle Structure via 3D-CT after Primary Surgery

    Since most cases of revision facial contouring are due to bone resorption or adherence of surrounding tissue,accurate examination of the facial structure and surgical lanning are essential.

  • Safety Management System for Safe and Precise Surgery

    Because revision facial contouring is highly demanding and complicated, it requires a safe surgical system based on close analysis of the patient’s condition, depth of experience in revision surgery, and advanced technology.

Braun Conducts Research on
Revision Facial Contouring.

1. Publication in World-Renowned Plastic Surgery Journal

Displaying the Surgical Excellence of Braun’s Facial Contouring Inverted V-Shape Osteotomy TM

2014 The most prestigious academic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Published a Paper on V-Line Square Jaw Surgery Using Inverted V-Shape Osteotomy

2. Publication in World-Renowned Plastic Surgery Journal

Braun Plastic Surgery Clinic conducts constant research

2013 KSPRS International Conference 16th Academic Conference of the Korean Society of Craniofacial Surgery
V-Line Genioplasty Using Inverted V-Shape Osteotomy

2014 KSAPS International Conference
32nd KSAPS International Conference
12th International Conference of the Korean Association of Plastic Surgeons
V-Line Square Jaw Surgery – Comparative Analysis of Inverted V-Shape and T-Shape Osteotomy

2015 KSAPS International Conference
17th KSAPS International Conference
18th Academic Conference of the Korean Society of Craniofacial Surgery

3. Braun’s Facial Contouring Surgery Performed by Chief Dr. Kim, Tae-Gyu

All Facial Contouring Cases,
Chief Dr. Kim, Tae-Gyu Personally
Performs Surgery from Start to Finish

All Facial Contouring Cases, Chief Dr. Kim, Tae-Gyu ersonally Performs Surgery from Start to Finish. You Can Directly Discuss with Chief Dr. Kim, Tae-Gyu from Pre-Surgery Consultation up to Post-Surgery Monitoring. Dr. Kim Developed Braun’s Trademarked Surgical Techniques including Inverted V-Shape Osteotomy, 30-Min Malar Fixation, Anterior Square Jaw Surgery and Facial-Contouring Rhinoplasty, Leading with Excellence in Surgical Technologies in the Korean Field of Facial Contouring with Continued Research and Academic Study

Cases Requiring Revision Genioplasty

1. No reduction seen from the front after square jaw surgery

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, the chin was still wide and long; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE3] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE4] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front and asymmetry remains; anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

2. Seeking a slimmer face even after V-line surgery (T-shape osteotomy)

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front and asymmetry remains; anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front and asymmetry remains; anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE3] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front and asymmetry remains; anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE4] Primary square jaw surgery using T-shape osteotomy neither made a reduction seen from the front nor corrected the wide chin; V-line square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

3. Creation of secondary angle or staircase-shaped jaw

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary double jaw and chin surgery made an irregular and staircase-shaped jaw line; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] Primary square jaw surgery produced a secondary angle; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE3] Primary square jaw surgery produced a secondary angle; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

4. Elongated or protruded chin

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary mouth protrusion surgery with T-shape osteotomy was unable to shorten the chin and caused it to protrude; V-line surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and reverse genioplasty were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] Primary double jaw surgery and advancement genioplasty made the chin longer and protruded; V-line surgery using inverted V-shape and reverse genioplasty were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE3] Primary T-shape osteotomy was unable to correct the wide and long chin; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

5. Shortened Chin

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary T-shape osteotomy shortened the chin and aggravated its asymmetry; a chin bone graft, anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

6. Uneven or irregular chin and jaw line

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary square jaw surgery made the chin and jaw line irregular; anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

7. Unchanged or aggravated asymmetry

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary double jaw and V-line surgery using T-shape osteotomy aggravated the asymmetry; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] Primary V-line surgery using T-shape osteotomy aggravated the asymmetry; chin reconstruction using artificial bones and osteobond was performed for revision.

8. Seeking bone surgery with implant or filler removal

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary filler injection made the chin reddened and too long; V-line surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and advancement genioplasty were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] Primary chin implant surgery made the chin thicker and unnatural; V-line surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and advancement genioplasty were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE3] Primary chin implant and square jaw surgery made the chin too long and protruded; V-line surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and advancement genioplasty were performed for revision.

Revision Genioplasty

Revision Genioplasty

Before Revision
Facial Contouring - Checklist

  • Facial Contouring-Specialized Surgeon Highly Experienced in Revision Surgery

    Facial contouring is highly difficult surgery conducted withnarrowed and obstructed view. After primary surgery, disfiguration due to muscle adhesion or bone resorption could appear and and inexperienced surgeon could cause unnecessary bleeding. Therefore, revision surgery for facial contouring requires greater expertise.

  • Thorough Examination of Changes in Facial Bone and Muscle Structure via 3D-CT after Primary Surgery

    Since most cases of revision facial contouring are due to bone resorption or adherence of surrounding tissue, accurate examination of the facial structure and surgical planning are essential.

  • Safety Management System for Safe and Precise Surgery

    Because revision facial contouring is highly demanding and complicated, it requires a safe surgical system based on close analysis of the patient’s condition, depth of experience in revision surgery, and advanced technology.

Braun Conducts Research on
Revision Facial Contouring

1. Publication in World-Renowned
Plastic Surgery Journal

Displaying the Surgical Excellence of Braun’s Facial Contouring Inverted V-Shape Osteotomy TM

2014 The most prestigious academic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Published a Paper on V-Line Square Jaw Surgery Using Inverted V-Shape Osteotomy

2. Publication in World-Renowned
Plastic Surgery Journal

Braun Plastic Surgery Clinic conducts constant research

2013 KSPRS International Conference
16th Academic Conference of the Korean Society of Craniofacial Surgery
V-Line Genioplasty Using Inverted V-Shape Osteotomy

2014 KSAPS International Conference
32nd KSAPS International Conference
12th International Conference of the Korean Association of Plastic Surgeons
V-Line Square Jaw Surgery – Comparative
Analysis of Inverted V-Shape and T-Shape Osteotomy


2015 KSAPS International Conference
17th KSAPS International Conference
18th Academic Conference of the Korean Society of Craniofacial Surgery

3. Braun’s Facial Contouring Surgery
Performed by Chief Dr. Kim, Tae-Gyu

All Facial Contouring Cases, Chief Dr. Kim, Tae-Gyu Personally Performs Surgery from Start to Finish

All Facial Contouring Cases, Chief Dr. Kim, Tae-Gyu ersonally Performs Surgery from Start to Finish. You Can Directly Discuss with Chief Dr. Kim, Tae-Gyu from Pre-Surgery Consultation up to Post-Surgery Monitoring. Dr. Kim Developed Braun’s Trademarked Surgical Techniques including Inverted V-Shape Osteotomy, 30-Min Malar Fixation, Anterior Square Jaw Surgery and Facial-Contouring Rhinoplasty, Leading with Excellence in Surgical Technologies in the Korean Field of Facial Contouring with Continued Research and Academic Study

Cases Requiring
Revision Genioplasty

1. No reduction seen from the front
after square jaw surgery

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, the chin was still wide and long; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE3] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE4] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front and asymmetry remains; anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

2. Seeking a slimmer face even after V-line surgery (T-shape osteotomy)

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front and asymmetry remains; anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front and asymmetry remains; anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE3] After primary square jaw surgery using jaw-shaving technique, no reduction is seen from the front and asymmetry remains; anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE4] Primary square jaw surgery using T-shape osteotomy neither made a reduction seen from the front nor corrected the wide chin; V-line square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

3. Creation of secondary angle or staircase-shaped jaw

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary double jaw and chin surgery made an irregular and staircase-shaped jaw line; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] Primary square jaw surgery produced a secondary angle; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE3] Primary square jaw surgery produced a secondary angle; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

4. Elongated or protruded chin

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary mouth protrusion surgery with T-shape osteotomy was unable to shorten the chin and caused it to protrude; V-line surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and reverse genioplasty were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] Primary double jaw surgery and advancement genioplasty made the chin longer and protruded; V-line surgery using inverted V-shape and reverse genioplasty were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE3] Primary T-shape osteotomy was unable to correct the wide and long chin; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

5. Shortened Chin

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary T-shape osteotomy shortened the chin and aggravated its asymmetry; a chin bone graft, anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

6. Uneven or irregular chin and jaw line

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary square jaw surgery made the chin and jaw line irregular; anterior square jaw surgery and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

7. Unchanged or aggravated asymmetry

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary double jaw and V-line surgery using T-shape osteotomy aggravated the asymmetry; V-line square jaw surgery using inverted V-shape and lateral cortical osteotomy were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] Primary V-line surgery using T-shape osteotomy aggravated the asymmetry; chin reconstruction using artificial bones and osteobond was performed for revision.

8. Seeking bone surgery with implant or filler removal

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE1] Primary filler injection made the chin reddened and too long; V-line surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and advancement genioplasty were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE2] Primary chin implant surgery made the chin thicker and unnatural; V-line surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and advancement genioplasty were performed for revision.

The following are 3D-CT images of real patients who had revision surgery from Chief Dr. Kim Tae-Gyu.

[CASE3] Primary chin implant and square jaw surgery made the chin too long and protruded; V-line surgery using inverted V-shape osteotomy and advancement genioplasty were performed for revision.

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