Injecting filler into the jawline provides definition and structure, resulting in a more chiseled jawline.
The Benefits of Jawline Contouring:
Balanced facial features
Improve facial sagging
Regain jawline structure
Defined jawline contour
$700 per syringe
Recommended: 3-7 syringes
Jawline filler is one of Lushful Aesthetics' most popular procedures, focusing on the results of a chiseled jawline. This is done with a nonsurgical jawline contouring procedure utilizing Radiesse®, which lasts 2-3 years. Radiesse filler is the superior option for jawlines since it is a firmer product that also has a bio-stimulator effect, which creates long lasting collagen and elastin.
Men should expect to utilize between 5-7 syringes to create a beautifully defined jawline, while women may only require 3-5 syringes. It is important for patients to understand that the jawline is a large area, and therefore jawline filler for men and women require quite a bit of product in order to appreciate a truly chiseled result. Smaller amounts are doable, but patients are advised in advance that they will likely only see a minimal improvement in jawline structure. Our jawline filler procedure often includes the chin in order to maintain facial harmonization.
Avoid alcohol consumption for 3 days prior to receiving jawline contouring filler.
Consult with your medical provider if you are able to discontinue blood thinning medication such as Ibuprofen, Excedrin, Aspirin, Aleve, and Fish Oil before planning on contouring your jawline.
Do not wear makeup to your non-surgical jawline filler appointment.
Radiesse lasts 2-3 years and stimulates the growth of collagen which can last about 5 years.
Radiesse can be partially dissolved. The remaining amount of filler will need to break down naturally over 2-3 years.
Filler typically takes at least 2 weeks to settle. However, some patients may have residual swelling and therefore should expect to wait at least 4 weeks to appreciate the final result.
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Jawline filler is not recommended for patients who have prominent jowls or excessive loose skin along jawline and neck. While Radiesse can give you a sharper jawline, it cannot tighten excessively loose skin. Patients with significant submental fullness (double chin or excessive neck fat) are also not ideal candidates for jawline filler as they will not be able to fully appreciate the result.
A masculine jawline is sharper, more chiseled, and the angle is closer to 90 degrees. While women can still certainly have defined jawlines, they tend to be less chiseled and usually have a larger angle that does not make their face look square. Because men require more definition and tend to have larger faces, more filler is required in order to provide them with optimal results.