Saggy Jawline? Sculpt Your Jawline With Dermal Filler
What is Jaw Filler?
Jaw filler is much like lip, cheek and chin filler. Injections using Dermal Fillers. It is injected into the jaw, which can lessen the appearance of sagging, baggy skin, and bone loss around the jaw.
At Define Clinic, everything we do is designed to restore balance to your face for a unique, subtle improvement that is personalised to you. By bringing the features into harmony with each other, our facial aesthetics team, led by Dr Benji Dhillon, use advanced techniques to create flawlessly beautiful results that never look like the stereotypically fake, unnatural appearance often portrayed in the media.
Using dermal fillers for jawline enhancement is an instantaneous, non-invasive way to contour the jaw, correct asymmetry, or add volume in the case of ageing or weight loss. Your jawline helps frame your entire face, and a lack of definition in the area can imbalance the facial features. At Define Clinic, we can either help chisel and define, or else soften and feminise the jawline using a combination of first-class products and innovative techniques.
What Can Jaw filler be used to help with:
- reduce the effects of age-related volume loss in the lower face
- create a more oval-looking jawline
- reduce the appearance of jowls
- contour the jawline, giving it a sharper appearance
- balance an asymmetrical jawline
- strengthen or add proportion to the chin
- provide a strong foundation and frame for the face
Does it hurt?
This is a common question we get asked and paid for varies for every individual. It is probably one of the least painful treatments when it comes to dermal filler injections.
How long do the results last?
Again, this also depends on the individual as every person’s body breaks down filler differently and at their own pace. We generally say jaw filler lasts between twelve to eighteen months.
At Define Clinic, our patients expect the very best, experiencing luxury treatments in the utmost of comfort. If requested, a numbing cream may also be applied, though this must be agreed upon during the initial consultation.