Are My Facial Morphs of Jaw and Cheek Augmentation Realistic?

Q: Dr. Eppley, I am trying to achieve a more masculine facial look – With a strong jawline, more pronounced cheekbones, slight cheek hollow

I have a weak lower third – slightly recessed chin and less zygomatic width which makes my face look rounded even at a low body fat level ( I exercise 6 days a weak, moderately muscular build, ~13% body fat – 23 years old, 175cms tall, weighing 66kg)

Attached are some mockups I made for my face in photoshop as a guide to what I/m trying to achieve. Please suggest if it’s possible, and if yes, what would be the best plan of action.

A: While I like your morphed images that is not a completely realistic surgical outcome. The side view is closest to what may happen. But the front view is an over skeletonized/sculpted face for what your tissues will not allow with the combination of custom IOM and jawline implant augmentation and facial defatting.

Dr. Barry Eppley

World-Renowned Plastic Surgeon