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Non-Surgical Chin & Jawline Enhancement
Research indicates that the attractive face is characterized by symmetry, proportionality, and youthfulness. A contoured jawline and strong chin can bring balance, create symmetry, and add definition to facial features while eliminating jowls and minimizing the look of a double chin. The chin and jawline are key to an attractive face;1 while the chin itself doesn’t usually attract any special attention, its role is to bring balance and strength to the facial profile and features.
Chin Augmentation and Jawline Contouring in Columbia, MD
For individuals who desire more definition in the chin and jawline, Dr. Sarah Mess’s talented team of master aesthetic injection specialists performs nonsurgical chin augmentation and jawline contouring in Columbia, MD using injectable dermal fillers. We are dedicated to the art of facial sculpting to attain the ideal jawline and chin to enhance the unique beauty of each patient. And for those looking for even more definition in the lower face, we can slim the neck and jaw using Botox, and reduce a double chin using KYBELLA® injections in addition to sculpting the chin and jaw for a more dramatic effect.
Dermal Fillers For Sculpting The Chin & Jawline
Injectable fillers are used to add volume to the chin and jawline for a more sculpted look. These dermal fillers are typically made of hyaluronic acid and allow the injector to precisely sculpt the treatment area. Some of the hyaluronic acid fillers commonly used in chin augmentation and jawline contouring are:
Benefits of Dermal Fillers For Chin Augmentation & Jawline Contouring
Filler injections in the jawline and chin can create a stronger, more defined profile. In addition, non-surgical chin augmentation and jawline contouring can:
- Create a more defined jawline
- Improve the appearance of a weak chin
- Improve facial symmetry and balance
- Provide natural-looking results
- Offer a quick and easy procedure
- Be a non-surgical treatment with little to no downtime
- Improve self-confidence
Chin Augmentation & Jawline Contouring With Dermal Filler Treatment
During your chin augmentation or jawline contouring procedure, your injection specialist will begin by swabbing the treatment area with a disinfectant and then apply a topical numbing ointment. Then, based on your custom treatment plan, she’ll determine the precise locations to place your injections of dermal filler. Once all injections have been made, the treatment area will again be swabbed with alcohol and you’ll be given an ice pack to use for the next hour to reduce any swelling. The entire treatment takes approximately 20 minutes from start to finish.
How Much Does Non-Surgical Chin & Jawline Enhancement Cost?
The cost of non-surgical chin augmentation and jawline contouring can vary depending on several factors, such as the amount of filler needed to achieve your goals. In general, jawline and chin enhancement can cost anywhere from $500 to $1,800.
FAQs About Chin Augmentation & Jawline Contouring
Are there any side effects?
Dermal fillers are FDA-approved to be safe and effective and side effects are extremely rare.2
How long do chin augmentation and jawline contouring last?
The results of non-surgical chin augmentation and jawline contouring with dermal fillers can vary from patient to patient. However, generally, results can last from 12 to 18 months, and in some cases up to two years.3
Am I a candidate for chin augmentation and/or jawline contouring?
If you have concerns about a weak chin, or would like to add definition to your jawline then non-surgical chin augmentation and jawline contouring could be the answer for you. Schedule a consultation with one of our cosmetic injection specialists to discuss your goals today!
1 Indian Journal of Plastic Surgery. Reshaping the Lower Face Using Injectable Fillers. Available at: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7458843/. Accessed February 16, 2021.
2 JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery. Nonsurgical Chin and Jawline Augmentation Using Calcium Hydroxylapatite and Hyaluronic Acid Fillers. Available at: https://www.thieme-connect.de/products/ejournals/abstract/10.1055/s-0039-1683854. Accessed February 15,2021.
3 Clinical Interventions in Aging. Use of calcium hydroxylapatite (Radiesse®) for facial augmentation. Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2544361/. Accessed February 16, 2021.