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Jaw and Chin Fillers

Treatment Overview


A well-defined jawline slowly changes with age. Due to ageing, the jawline weakens. This is caused by volume loss as a result of a natural decrease in muscle and bone mass. A local filler treatment with hyaluronic acid, this process is easily reversed with jaw and chin fillers Ascot.

Many people feel that their chin is not prominent enough or that they have a weak chin. Chin enhancement can be performed with dermal fillers to make your chin appear more prominent or improve its symmetry and visual balance.

The accurate placement of an appropriately selected hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal filler at the mandibular angle, in the chin and the peri-jowl region can recreate an aesthetically youthful and structured jawline. For more information on jaw and chin fillers Ascot, contact us.

FAQ

Jaw and Chin enhancement may be right for you if you’ve always felt you had a weakness in these areas, or if you’ve begun to notice signs of ageing in this area of your face. Many candidates are men wishing for a more chiselled jawline or women who wish their jaw looked softer and more feminine. These enhancement injections are popular among patients searching for a minimally invasive way to change the contours of the jaw and chin area.

The treatment can be performed on most adults who are in good overall health and who are at or near their ideal weight. Good candidates are also realistic about the effects of the treatment. Jaw and chin enhancement can achieve a subtle but noticeable change in the contours of these areas. Schedule a consultation visit with us to find out whether this treatment is right for you.

We will take a detailed medical history and an assessment of your needs and expectations to ensure this is an appropriate treatment for you.

  • Dermal fillers cannot be used in pregnant or breast feeding women.
  • Not suitable if you are currently taking certain medicines, particularly drugs that affect the immune system.
  • If you have previously experienced adverse reactions to dermal fillers or local anaesthetic.
  • Treatment is not recommended if you are suffering from any skin infection in or near the treatment area or are unwell in any way (even a cold).
  • Not suitable for patients with bleeding or scarring problems.
  • If you are taking any medicines which affect bleeding, such as aspirin or warfarin.
  • If you are currently or have recently completed a course of Roaccutane (acne treatment) in the last 18 months.

Dermal fillers are minimally invasive, requiring minimal to no downtime.

Any side effects are mild, generally lasting no longer than one week. These side effects may include redness, tenderness, and firmness at the injection site, bruising and discolouration.

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