Chin liposuction is performed underneath the chin to address fat deposits. It removes fat cells and causes the muscle and the skin to tighten under the chin to define the jawline. Doctors also remove fat along, and under, the jawline going up towards the ear. The surgeon makes two small incisions before inserting a cannula to suction out the desired amount of fat and fluid. The surgery leaves a small scar that doesn’t require stitches. A patient with a lot of fat to be removed normally requires a combination of liposuction with direct fat excision. This allows the doctor to suture the muscles together under the chin while making the chin neckline look tighter.