Jawline and Chin Filler
Jawline contouring and chin filler are used to create a more defined and sculpted look using dermal fillers consisting of hyaluronic acid to give results in a matter of minutes. There a are numerous factors in which determines our jaw and chin shape, such as age and genetics.
A we age, our bone volume decreases, resulting in loss of definition and structure overtime. Another factor that effects our shape and structure is through genetics. Some people may have naturally a weaker jawline and chin. With today’s technology, we are able to help change the structure of the face temporarily with the use of dermal fillers that are a natural ingredient to the body that are later dissolved overtime.
Jawline and Chin Filler Aftercare
After getting jawline and chin filler, it is important to follow proper aftercare instructions in order to get optimal results. It is important to avoid sleeping face down as the product needs time to settle. It is also recommended to avoid any strenuous activity such as exercising for at least 24 hours. Lastly, skin care after fillers is important and is advised to avoid facials, waxing on the face, glycolic acid, IPL, AHA peels and microdermabrasion for at least two weeks after the procedure.
Jawline filler injection Technique
In order to get proper results, it is important to do your research and make sure you choose a well trained and well experienced specialist. Every specialist has a different technique that they use, and chooses the best one depending on the persons face and their needs. For jawline filler, depending on the persons face, some may need more volume to create a more defined jaw, and other may have a wide jaw and want to have a slimmer jawline. The specialist will have a better idea, as it involves the anatomy of the face and where is best to inject as everyone is different and have different needs.
chin filler injection technique
The chin is one of the most common places in which people have filler done to elongate, and have a more pronounced chin if someone naturally has a weaker chine. A specialist will use a technique, depending on the persons face and their needs.
Most commonly, the specialist will inject filler in different areas of the skin, sculpting the chin using filler to create a more pronounced shape. Not only does with elongate the chin, but it also elongates the jaw as well.
Specialist usually recommend customers to do both jawline and chin filler at the same time to even out and get optimal results.
jaw filler for double chin
Jaw fillers can be used to help hide the appearance of a double chin. This is usually done by injecting filler into the jawlines angle, giving a more youthful and contoured jaw, resulting in reducing the appearance of double chin.
jawline filler for long face
For someone who naturally has a long face, filler may be an option to help ad volume to certain areas such as the jawline. By adding filler to the jawline, this will help give a more defined and contoured jaw, and help replenish any loss of volume.
jaw filler for symmetry
When is comes to symmetry in the facial structure, it is completely normal as we all have some asymmetry in our faces, such as in the lips, nose, eyebrows etc.? Fillers are a great way to help with symmetry as well as loss of volume. Certain people may have more volume on one side their jaw compared to the other side. Filler helps by adding volume to the weaker side in order to make the jawline look more symmetrical and balanced, creating an aesthetically symmetric facial structure.
jaw filler for round face
For someone who naturally has a round face, filler may be a great way to add contour and definition to the face naturally. Filler may be injected into the jawline, creating a more defined and sculpted jaw, reducing the appearance of a rounded face. Other areas that people with rounded faces may have filler done in order to get a more contoured result are for cheekbones, cheek, as well as the chin.