Dermal Fillers And Jawline Contouring
A sagging jawline can be helped with injectable fillers
Fillers add volume to the areas where there is loose skin, and they fill out the sagging and drooping area around the face and jawline.
An excellent choice for anyone to reshape and contour the look of their jawline
The jawline is an area of the face that can change dramatically with age. Many patients inquire about how to reverse the effects of ageing without resorting to a surgical procedure as the initial step. In other cases, patients with a receding or weak jawline feel that their appearance can be vastly improved if they had just a touch more definition or volume.
Dermal fillers help anyone who wants to reshape, contour, and tighten the look of their jawline without surgery and its associated costs and recovery time.
Here are some common complaints when it comes to the aging jawline and how we may approach treating and contouring this area of the face.
Wrinkles On The Chin And Jawline
Dimples and wrinkles on the chin and jawline trouble many patients, and they inquire about dermal fillers to improve the look of their aging jawline and the surrounding areas of the face. Dimpling, creases, lines, and wrinkles can be temporarily smoothed and filled in with dermal fillers. Depending on the brand and the fillers are used in conjunction with Botox, results can last anywhere from 4 months to 1 year. Using neurotoxin injections relaxes the underlying muscles and contributes to smoothing out the area.
Surgical and non-invasive procedures
One of the most telltale signs of ageing is a sagging jawline. There are surgical and non-invasive procedures that can tighten up the jawline and restore a youthful, healthy appearance. Replacing lost volume will lift the neck and jaw enough to make a dramatic difference. For this type of procedure, hyaluronic acid gel fillers like Restylane and Perlane as well as collagen-stimulators like Radiesse and Sculptra work best for achieving volume and improving the appearance of a sagging jawline.
Receding Chin And Weak Jawline
Dermal fillers can be the ideal option for people who have a receding or weak jawline. In many cases, this is not an age related issue, but it can be. More typically, this is genetic, and if surgery is not the right option for the patient, augmentation through injectable fillers can be the desired solution. Dermal fillers have the ability to define, sculpt, and shape the jawline. Depending on the look to be achieved and other factors such as whether the patient is a man or a woman (men want a strong and chiseled appearance, whereas women tend to be more concerned about smoothing wrinkles and adding volume), the surgeon may recommend a hyaluronic acid (HA) filler, a collagen-stimulating filler, or even non surgical chin augmentation through fat grafting. All of these techniques have been proven effective at improving the appearance of the ageing or genetically receding or weak jawline.
Dermal fillers have become increasingly popular as a temporary and non-invasive cosmetic treatment. To determine if dermal fillers are right for your aesthetic goals, to select the right brand for your skin’s needs, and to restore a youthful and energetic appearance, contact the clinic to book a consultation with one of our doctors. Our team is available to answer your questions and inquiries. Please call 647-343-0207.
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