When a person starts to age, the chin moves backward and the skull rotates – leaving the lower face with reduced structural support. Chin shape can be enhanced using dermal fillers with no surgeries. Unlike in the past, a patient can consider having chin fillers before jumping into the decision of having a chin surgery. Chin enhancement is a popular treatment with the use of filler which is being done along with facial slimming to soften the jaw area and to make the chin elongated. It can also help the chin more defined and prominent.
The chin is an important feature of the lower part of the face. Once the area has been enhanced, it sharpens the jawline, a decent amount of fat and excess skin in the neck area can be reduced as well as balancing the face profile. Chin enhancements can either be via chin injections with dermal fillers or chin implants to enhance the shape of the chin. This treatment can be done depending on the natural appearance of the chin and it varies from patient to patient.
We use Swiss dermal fillers here in SKIN CLUB Cosmetic Doctors. We use products resulting in slight swelling and bruising which make the downtime very minimal. Chin fillers can last up to 18 months. Some swelling and bruising should subside in 3 days maximum and should go away after a week. Most chin enhancement procedures have to be topped up as they are temporary. which is also a benefit since the face changes as we age, so we can redo the chin to be aligned with the rest of the face as part of enhancing an anti-aging procedure.
Dermal filler can be inserted through injections in the chin area to add volume and have it restored in a non-surgical way. There are smoother and finer ones, and also thicker ones – which the latter lasts longer.
An assessment and consultation has to be done prior to performing the procedure. The cosmetic doctor will discuss with the patient their natural structure and how it can be enhanced. The patient can also discuss the desired result with the cosmetic doctor as well as ask questions prior to proceeding with the treatment.
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