What Treatments Are Involved In Jawline And Chin Contouring?

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Though a chiseled jaw may be most commonly thought of as a feature of masculinity, a defined chin and jawline can actually be an attractive characteristic for both men and women. Physical and environmental factors such as genetics, aging, and weight fluctuations can be the cause of less-than-desirable lower facial features, including:

  • A weak jawline

  • Sagging jowls

  • Excess fat under the chin

  • Loose skin below the chin

  • Lines and wrinkles

Fortunately, cosmetic dermatology and med spa technology now offer patients a nonsurgical, noninvasive solution for addressing these concerns and enhancing their appearance through chin and jawline contouring. The expert team of estheticians and technicians at Body+Beauty Lab in Philadelphia, PA proudly offers the most current and innovative treatment options on the market for facial contouring.

With the wealth of information and misinformation available on the internet, it is understandable that you may be feeling overwhelmed when trying to decipher the ins and outs of nonsurgical jawline contouring. The knowledgeable team at Body+Beauty Lab is dedicated to providing an unmatched level of patient service and care, beginning with education. To help you better understand nonsurgical chin and jawline contouring, here are a few basics about the procedure, how it works, and what kind of results you can expect.

What is jawline contouring?

Noninvasive chin and jawline contouring is a procedure designed to address and correct various complaints associated with the lower face, including sagging jowls and excess fat, through the use of a combination of various treatments.

What treatments are included in noninvasive jawline contouring?

One of the most beneficial aspects of nonsurgical jawline and chin contouring is that the procedure can be tailored to meet each patient’s individual needs by combining a custom menu of treatments. Some of the most common treatments included in noninvasive facial contouring of the chin and jawline are:

  • Injectable fillers: These dermal fillers, including the popular Juvéderm and Restylane, can improve the jawline, chin, and lower face by addressing fine lines, wrinkles, and lost facial volume.
  • Injectable wrinkle relaxers: Injectable neurotoxins, such as BOTOX, can be used to improve the jawline contour temporarily.
  • Injectable fat reduction: The FDA-approved injectable Kybella is a highly effect agent for reducing fat under the chin, resulting in a more appealing jawline and neck contour.
  • PDO thread lifting: This revolutionary and innovative treatment uses small, dissolvable, suture-like material under the skin to slim and define the jaw area.
  • Energy-based therapy: Candela elos Plus is another exciting and unique treatment that uses radiofrequency and energy to gently firm skin and reduce fat, lines, wrinkles, and other flaws.

During your initial consultation at Body+Beauty Lab, one of our highly trained and experienced technicians will thoroughly evaluate your face, discuss your concerns, answer all of your questions in detail, and recommend a combination of treatments that can help you best achieve your goals.

Is nonsurgical jawline contouring permanent?

The longevity of results after nonsurgical jawline contouring can vary based on several factors, the most significant of which is the particular treatments that are included in the procedure. For example, the effects of BOTOX typically last for about 3-4 months, while the results of certain injectable fillers may be visible for between 6-18 months. Your experienced injector at Body+Beauty Lab will help develop a treatment plan that gives you the longest-lasting results with the most convenient maintenance schedule possible. A few things you can do to prolong your jawline contouring results include:

  • Avoid sun exposure and wear sunscreen

  • Avoid weight fluctuation

  • Maintain a healthy diet and fitness routine

  • Keep up with consistent touch-up treatments

  • Refrain from smoking and excessive drinking

Am I a good candidate for noninvasive jawline and chin contouring?

In general, most men and women can be safely and effectively treated with nonsurgical jawline contouring methods. It is important that patients considering jawline contouring are at a healthy and sustainable weight, are non-smokers, and have a good amount of skin elasticity.

The best way to determine if you are a good candidate for nonsurgical chin and jawline contouring with fillers, BOTOX, Kybella, and other treatments is to be evaluated by a qualified, certified, and trained esthetician. Call Body+Beauty Lab in Philadelphia, PA to schedule your consultation today, and take the first step toward putting your best face forward.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.