Jowls are sagging skin below your chin or jawline. Almost everyone develops jowls as they age due to thinner and less elastic skin. As collagen and elastin are lost, your skin surrounding your mouth loses its firmness and tightness. Gravity causes your jowls to sag and descend to the area on either side of your mouth and chin.You have several options for treating sagging or droopy jowls. Nonsurgical procedures such as thermage, lasers, and peels can change the composition of the collagen in your skin. Fillers can also be used to camouflage hollow areas around your jowls.
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You can at least improve your jawline using dermal fillers. You do need to consult with your medspa aesthetician since not everyone is suitable for jaw enhancements using injectables, or dermal fillers. But for most of us, cosmetic injections can enhance or restore a stronger jawline using temporary dermal fillers that are strategically injected.

If you want a strong look jawline, walk into your medspa and walk out an hour later with a stronger, more celebrity-style lower face. Changing your jawline is all done without much pain or downtime.

If you have always felt your jawline has a weak look and envied others’ strong jawlines, injectables are a great option to get the jawline you want. Jawline fillers have minimal downtime, and your aesthetician will go over the potential risks you may experience.

You can experience bruising, swelling or redness in the area, but these won’t be permanent. Jawline Fillers The process of using injectable jaw filler is straightforward. Your aesthetician will discuss with your the filler and injection to use. Your cosmetic fillers can:

  • Create a stronger looking jawline
  • Balance out your lower face
  • Improve our front on appearance
  • Improve your side on profile (especially if you have weak jawline)
  • Keep you from hiding your jawline behind your hands or with a beard.


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