A sweeping and defined jawline is a sign of youth and beauty. As we age, the jaw line develops sagging which we term jowls. These often show up on profile pictures and are undesirable. As a part of a generalised rejuvenation programme which works on the face, much importance is now being placed on areas such as the neck, jawline, hands and back to add to the beauty of the face.
And here is the good news: you do not have to undergo surgery to get the same! The jawline of your dreams is now possible due to the advance in cosmetic medicine. With a combination of procedures like Neuromodulator Treatment, Fillers, Thread lifts and Non ablative Radiofrequency skin tightening, dermatologists offer significant improvement in jawline structure.
I am a woman in my Mid -40s. Recently, I have noticed some sagging in my face and neck area, and along my jawline. What treatment would you advise?
During the normal process of aging, there is a laxity in the skin and supporting tissues due to the effect of gravity, and there is a process of sagging. It is now possible to correct this change by addressing the collagen (by tightening it with Radiofrequency skin tightening), or lifting the sagging tissues (by Thread lifts), by replacing lost volume (using fillers) or by relaxing downward pull by muscle (by using Neuromodulator Treatment). You will benefit by having a detailed consultation with the Dermatologist, who could advise you about which procedure, or which combination of procedures would benefit you the best.
I am 30 years old, I am reasonably fit, however I have always had a double chin, which makes me look fat. Can I do something about it?
If you are reasonably fit, then the double chin may be not due to fat deposit, but may actually be due to a small chin or jaw. This problem can be easily fixed by a simple injection of filler in the lower jawline and chin area. Speak to Dr. Rasya Dixit today about how to address this problem.
I am a 28 year old man. I would like more defined jawline like that of models. Can any procedure help?
Yes, using a safe treatment called fillers, it is possible to create a more defined jaw. Do come in for a personalised consultation, where, after evaluation of your face, our dermatologist will recommend if this treatment is an option for you.
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The information provided in Dr. Dixit's answer is for educational purposes only and is not intended to constitute medical advice. The information provided should not be relied upon as a substitute for consultations with a qualified health professional who may be familiar with your individual medical needs.