Yes, but we do not recommend it. It would be the placement of silicone prostheses, Medpor and Polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE), which are associated to complications such as infections, displacement and reabsorption of the jaw bone.
Small changes in the chin can be treated with bulky fillers (for example, hydroxyapatite); but the change is only temporary and must be repeated.
Other volume increases, with fat, are less predictable and less effective in replacing bone deficiency.
In the hands of Dr Birbe, bone genioplasty is highly predictable with fast recovery and at the same time expressing a natural result.