A razor-sharp jawline and sculpted chin are universal signs of youth and beauty. However, some people have a weak jawline or weak chin, or a chin or jaw that has soft, rounded angles. There are others who have concerns with a receding chin, also known as retrogenia, a condition where the chin projects downward toward the lower neck instead of at a right angle towards the mid-to upper-neck.
While there’s nothing medically wrong with having a weak jawline we understand that it can affect your confidence. Non-surgical jawline and chin enhancement is a fast and easy way to bring definition, strength, and character to a jaw that is naturally weak.
Dermal Fillers For Jawline Enhancement & Chin Contouring
We use Juvéderm® products for all of our jawline enhancement and chin contouring procedures. Juvéderm’s line of highly effective injectable dermal fillers is the best on the market for jawline & chin enhancement. Your treatment will be performed at Before-N-After by a highly trained aesthetic provider to create natural-looking, beautiful results.
Juvéderm is an injectable dermal filler with a hyaluronic acid (HA) base used to treat the face. Juvéderm results last from six to 12 months.
Juvéderm Voluma™ XC
Juvéderm Voluma XC is an injectable dermal gel with an HA-base and is our preferred injectable for jawline and chin enhancement. This dermal gel can be injected deep into the jawline and chin areas to sculpt contour and build volume.
Non-Surgical Jawline & Chin Enhancement Recovery & Results
Typically, non-surgical jawline and chin Contouring procedures do not require any downtime. While you may experience mild temporary swelling, redness, or bruising at the injection site following your treatment, these symptoms will gradually subside over several hours.1 You can resume your normal activities right after your procedure, however, you should not work out for 24 hours as the increase in blood flow may make the swelling and bruising worse.
Your jawline and chin enhancement results will depend on several things, including the amount and the type of Juvéderm used in your treatment. In general, results can last from one to two years, depending on how fast your body metabolizes the injectable dermal filler placed during your treatment.
FAQs About Non-Surgical Jawline & Chin Enhancement
Am I A Candidate For Jawline and/or Chin Enhancement?Ideal candidates for non-surgical jawline and chin enhancement are individuals looking to improve or enhance the projection and contour of the lower face area, are in generally good health, and have realistic expectations. To find out if non-surgical jawline and chin enhancement is right for you, schedule a personal consultation with one of our highly experienced cosmetic injection specialists at Before-N-After.
Will My Jawline and/or Chin Enhancement Look Natural?Yes. The specialists at Before-N-After have extensive experience with cosmetic injectables and are dedicated to providing beautiful and natural-looking results for each and every patient.
Will My Jawline and/or Chin Enhancement Injections Hurt?No. Your highly trained aesthetic provider will apply a topical anesthetic to numb the treatment site before starting the injections. Additionally, the Juvéderm also contains a small amount of local anesthetic (lidocaine) to ensure your comfort.
Do Men Get Jawline and/or Chin Enhancement?Yes! Jawline and chin enhancement is a popular cosmetic procedure for men, as this treatment provides a chiseled and rugged appearance when performed on men.
How Much Does Jawline and/or Chin Enhancement Cost?Because each patient has unique anatomy and unique cosmetic goals, we customize each treatment plan to ensure the best results. Because of that, there is no standard one-size-fits-all price for non-surgical jawline and chin enhancement. We will provide you with a cost for your treatment plan during your consultation appointment.
1 American Society of Plastic Surgeons. What should I expect during my dermal fillers recovery? Available at: https://www.plasticsurgery.org/cosmetic-procedures/dermal-fillers/recovery. Accessed December 7, 2020.