A strong and defined jawline is a highly desirable feature among both men and women. A defined jawline can be an individual's most striking physical feature, suggesting both youth and confidence. Unfortunately we’re not all born with a naturally defined jaw, sagging jawlines can be hereditary, and an undefined jawline can be a tell-tale sign of ageing. Injecting dermal filler into the jawline can be used to stiffen the skin and redefine the chin and jowl area, decreasing the appearance of an undefined, drooping jawline.
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Jaw Sculpting FAQs
How Does It Work?
Hyaluronic Acid is one of nature’s most versatile and fascinating substances. It is found throughout the body and one of its many functions include providing our skin with volume. Dermal fillers are sterile gels consisting of cross-linked, hyaluronic acid (HA)which can be used to manipulate the soft tissue of the jawline, using dermal filler injections can enhance, define and contour your jawline profile
How Many Treatments Would I Need?
A single treatment provides a long-lasting but not permanent solution. You may need to repeat the procedure after 9 months, this gives you the option of refining your desired treatment results each time.
What Can I Expect In Treatment?
A numbing cream will be applied to the jawline area, to make the treatment more comfortable. After around 15 minutes the dermal filler is injected in small amounts, precise locations around the area. This allows total control over the shape and contours created by the procedure. The doctor or nurse will then massage the product to re-shape the jawline.
Are There Any Side Effects?
There is little to no downtime involved in the procedure. You can return to your normal, daily activities after treatment. There may be slight swelling or minor bruising post-treatment but this will settle within a few days.
What Results Can I Expect To See?
Results can be seen immediately after treatment and the results can last for up to 9-12 months.
Please call 0800 2425145 for Jaw Sculpting prices