Non-surgical jawline enhancement is a process whereby dermal fillers are used to enhance the jawline and chin region to address signs of ageing or rectify pre-existing conditions such as ‘weak’ jawline.
The impact of this minimally invasive treatment can be profound, helping to balance the face, restore a more youthful appearance and treat issues such as thew jawline sagging.
The results are significant while still looking natural, leading to an improved appearance rather than the telltale look of ‘work having been done’.
To create the desired results, dermal fillers are used, these are injected into specific points being targeted, with the fillers then encouraging collagen formulation to add volume and smooth out creases, lines and wrinkles as appropriate.
The precise filler used will vary by practitioner. At Doctor Nyla’s clinics we use hyaluronic acid, this a substance that occurs naturally within the body. We also use a thicker gel than would be the case with an area such as the fine lines around the mouth – this is because the jawline is not an area where precise movements are made, the requirement is to create dramatic, long-lasting effects, not to smooth out very subtle lines and signs of ageing.
The treatment itself is quick to administer, typically taking under an hour – it is also virtually pain free as a numbing gel is applied to the area prior to injection.
Post treatment, the patient can go about their daily business though there may be mild swelling and discomfort for a few days.
We also recommend avoiding alcohol and make-up for a day post treatment and the likes of chemical peels of extreme heat should be avoided for a couple of weeks.
It is worth noting that Doctor Nyla is a qualified GP and medical professional and so she always gives clients full after care information so they know precisely what they can and cannot do.
For jawline and chin enhancements, there should always be a detailed consultation, this the opportunity for the person considering this treatment to outline the results they hope to achieve and why they have concerns relating to their lower face region.
The practitioner can then use their experience to suggest the best course of action and outline the results achievable.
Experience and skill of the practitioner is therefore of great importance. Some, such as Doctor Nyla are highly skilled, she has a medical background and key certifications. However, there is an overall lack of regulation relating to the administering of facial fillers and hyaluronic acid and so it is possible for inexperienced individuals to offer treatments with little assurance the results will be as desired.
Take the time to seek out experienced cosmetic doctors and only proceed with treatment if you are happy you have found someone who instils confidence.
Jawline Enhancement as Part of Non-Surgical Facelift
Some consider a jawline enhancement in amongst a range of treatments that have the overall effect of making one’s entire appearance appear younger, rejuvenated and healthier.
An example of this is the much sought-after Cheshire Facelift, this a group of non-surgical treatments that target eight specific areas – of course it can be tailored by client.
Jawline is one area addressed, but so too, among others, are cheekbones and facial structure, the corners of the mouth and the mid-face.
It is perfectly possible to have treatments completely separately, to target the jawline and then consider other treatments at a much later date. However, many choose to consider a non-surgical facelift as the results can be as profound as a surgical facelift, but at a fraction of the cost and with none of the recovery time.
Dr Nyla is one of the leading cosmetic dermatologists in the UK – she is trusted by many high-profile clients and her expertise makes her someone that media publications regularly seek an opinion from.
Her cosmetic clinic is the largest outside London and also the only Diamond Clinic outside the capital.
Dr Nyla’s clinic won Top Cosmetic Clinic Award in the UK for 2019.
If you would like to arrange a consultation, or simply want further advice please contact us today. Call us on 0800 009 6661 or use the Contact Form.