Facial beauty is complex, subjective, and variable based on age, ethnicity, and other factors. However, there is general agreement among most about beautiful features, proportions, and relationships. Prominent skeletal elements such as brows, cheeks, nose, and chin support and project overlying soft tissue and skin, and suspend facial musculature. Plastic surgical procedures can adjust these elements to dramatically induce change. Below is an example of the effect of both increasing chin projection (by placement of an implant, an office procedure) and reducing bulk and volume of neck fat by necklift (general anesthesia).