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Executing Is there a plastic surgery condition of a "double" or "triple" chin? as a search query in three search engines (Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo) and looking at images brought me almost no results relevant results; most results in the first page where for "neck lift".

Searching "triple chin" alone shows me it is an informal term for a problem of neck fat causing three strains of fat from the neck to the chin.

Are there a plastic surgery conditions of a "double chin" or "triple chin"?
Note: I don't ask this for a personal medical or aesthetic problem but from curiosity and to broaden general knowledge only.

  • There must be; Because of cancer I have had a glossectomy . That surgery basically involved extensive work on the front of my neck . After several years I have a wrinkle free neck with tight skin, at 80 yrs+. The surgeons must be able to do this without the glossectomy . – blacksmith37 Feb 12 at 17:12
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    "Are there a plastic surgery conditions..." -- This is very odd wording. Do you mean can plastic surgeons eliminate a double chin with surgery? – Carey Gregory Feb 12 at 21:08
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    Unclear part omitted ; down voter is welcome to consider retracting down vote. – user8225 Feb 13 at 6:29

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