Chin Augmentation Research Trial (14 Months)

Adults aged 18+ years old with a mild or moderate receding chin that appears pushed back towards the neck (in relation to the rest of the face), may qualify to participate. Individuals must be willing to be photographed and abstain from any other facial and plastic surgical or cosmetic procedures during the study. The intent will be to receive treatment for augmentation and correction of retrusion in the chin region.

Participants will receive investigational product (active study drug) via injection or no treatment (until optional treatment at month 12).

Investigational product and study-related care will be provided at no cost. Reimbursement for study-related expenses will also be provided.

Study participation will last about 13-14 months and involve about 6-8 visits to the study centre, plus 2-3 phone visits.

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