Cheek filler injections are an excellent way to get higher cheekbones or soften the appearance of nasolabial folds. But more than that, placing injectable fillers in the cheeks can also address other cosmetic concerns and enhance your facial features, such as the jawline. If you’re looking for non-surgical jaw enhancement, dermal filler injections may be for you.
So how can cheek filler treatments change your jawline? Facial fillers essentially add cheek volume which helps provide a subtle skin tightening and lifting effect to reduce visible laxity. By doing so, they can pull the sagging skin around the jawline and provide a smoother and sharper appearance. This also helps address drooping jowls and minimizes wrinkles and fine lines in your lower face.
Many people associate having a sharper and more contoured jawline as the ideal standard of beauty and attractiveness. Unfortunately, not everyone is gifted with a perfectly chiseled jaw shape. It’s also hard to guarantee that you can maintain your defined jawline since the natural aging process can inevitably contribute to a less contoured and sagging lower face appearance.
Fortunately, there are several ways you can address the effects of aging and reverse the look of a weak jawline. One of the most common cosmetic procedures for jawline contouring is getting dermal fillers. This treatment involves the injection of gel-like substances into different facial areas to replenish volume and fill in wrinkles and fine lines.
When it comes to jaw enhancement, injectors can place dermal fillers directly into the jawline to enhance its overall structure and shape. But there are cases when they can also place the dermal filler injections into the mid-face and lower cheek.
Sometimes, the appearance of a softer or rounder jaw and sagging jowls are caused by midface and cheek volume deficiencies. As you age, your collagen and elastin production slows down which leads to less supple-looking skin. Your facial fat pads also become thinner and deflate, resulting in sunken cheeks and loose skin along the jawline and under the chin.
Injectors can perform the dermal filler treatment to restore cheek volume which can help plump and lift the sagging skin in your midface and lower face area. They can also administer cheek fillers injections to provide a slimmer-looking face which can provide the appearance of a well-defined and more angular jawline.
Cheek and jawline filler treatments are among the popular cosmetic procedures performed in many medical spa clinics today. It’s a great solution for anyone who wants to add definition to their jawline and cheekbones without undergoing plastic surgery. Here are some ways that jawline and cheek filler injections can change your appearance:
One of the most common signs of aging is the loss of definition in your facial contours. As your face undergoes changes in volume and structure, you can notice flatter-looking cheeks and a sagging jawline. Fat may also begin to accumulate more easily under the chin, which can stretch the neck skin and result in the appearance of jowls.
With cheek fillers, you can correct the loss of volume and enhance the contours of your midface and lower face region. They can also be used to add more shape and fullness to your cheeks and sculpt the jaw. It also helps improve the proportion of your chin for a more defined and balanced lower face profile.
The loss of midface volume also makes moderate unwanted wrinkles and fine lines more pronounced. It contributes to deep nasolabial folds which are creases that extend from the nose to the corners of the mouth. You can also find marionette lines developing on the sides of the mouth to the chin and jawline.
As a nasolabial fold treatment, dermal fillers can be injected directly into the creases or around the cheek to lift the skin and reduce its severity. Your provider can also add chin filler injections along with your cheek treatment to provide more desirable results for erasing wrinkles and sculpting the face.
Dermal fillers can also help restore a more youthful and fuller appearance in your cheeks and jawline. The injectable filler material lets you regain sufficient volume in sunken facial areas. Some cheek and jawline filler injections can also encourage better hydration and retain more water in your cells and tissues, contributing to smoother and plumper skin.
There are also dermal filler products that can support the structural scaffolding of your skin and stimulate increased collagen production. By rebuilding collagen, these volumizing and anti wrinkle injections can provide long-term benefits for cheek and jawline rejuvenation.
Jawline and chin augmentation with cosmetic fillers can also lessen the prominence of sagging jowls. By strategically placing the filler material along the jaw and chin, it can help minimize drooping and eliminate jowls. Fillers may even help lift the loose skin in the neck which contributes to the formation of jowl folds. It can also boost your skin hydration and collagen production to improve overall skin quality.
Dermal fillers can also help fix facial asymmetry issues such as uneven jawline, receding chin, and sunken cheeks. For example, adding cheek fillers can improve unevenness on one side of the face and correct deflated features to make it look more balanced. Jawline fillers can enhance your lower face profile and contour, while a chin filler treatment can help augment chin projection, shape, and proportion.
There are different kinds of injectable fillers that providers can use for your cheek, chin, and jaw enhancement. They’ll choose which dermal filler material to inject depending on your desired results and specific concerns. Here’s an overview of the common types of cheek and jawline fillers:
Made with hyaluronic acid, Restylane Lyft is one of the most popular injectables for cheek and jaw augmentation. It has one of the firmest and thickest textures out of the fillers in the Restylane family, making it an excellent choice for volumizing the cheeks or sculpting the jawline and chin. It can also help soften the wrinkles and fine lines in the midface and lower face area.
This hyaluronic acid filler injection has a smoother and softer gel consistency made with the special XpresHAn technology. This technology allows cross-linking of the HA particles which provides more flexibility and support for cheek and jawline injections.
It also enables you to maintain your facial expressions and movement for more natural-looking results for cheek and jaw enhancement. Restylane Defyne is also a good choice for moderate to severe facial wrinkles and chin augmentation.
Considered the gold standard for cheek and jawline enhancement, Juvéderm Voluma is a hyaluronic acid filler with a thicker gel material that’s perfect for midface volume restoration. It also has great skin-lifting capabilities to correct sagging in the lower face and get rid of prominent jowls and other facial folds. It also provides support for skin hydration to improve your overall skin elasticity and texture.
This is a relatively new hyaluronic acid injectable in the Juvéderm family. It’s specifically approved by the FDA for addressing moderate to severe loss of definition in the jawline. With its denser and thicker gel consistency, Volux can provide more structural support to lift and add definition to your jawline. It may also help soften jowls and improve the appearance of a weak or double chin.
This injectable is more than just a volumizing and hydrating facial filler. Made from synthetic calcium hydroxylapatite particles, Radiesse is an effective cheek and jaw filler that works by stimulating new collagen to restore facial volume and get rid of wrinkles and fine lines around the mouth and chin. It also provides excellent contouring effects to the jawline and chin for a more youthful appearance.
Injectors or plastic surgeons can administer your dermal filler treatment in an outpatient setting. The procedure is minimally invasive so you can expect almost zero downtime and minimal side effects after the treatment. Here’s an overview of what to expect from your cheek and jawline filler injections:
Dermal filler treatments aren’t a permanent solution to your jawline contour and cheek volume deficiencies. However, they can still last for a long time provided that you observe proper aftercare practices and get repeat injections to maintain their effects. The longevity of your cheek and jawline fillers will usually depend on the product that was injected:
Dermal filler treatments are an effective solution for the nonsurgical enhancement of your cheeks and jawline. If you’re interested in the procedure, you should consult with a trusted provider who can provide you with a customized treatment and ensure a safe and successful cheek and jawline filler procedure.
At Dr. Lanna Aesthetics, we have extensive experience in helping patients with their cheek enhancement and jaw contouring. We offer a wide variety of injectable products not only for cheek and jaw injections but also for chin filler, lip filler, and tear trough filler treatment. Contact us today to know more about our dermal filler treatments or book your appointment.