Overview of Chin and Jawline Fillers
A sharp and defined lower face is usually associated with a youthful and aesthetically beautiful facial profile.
Recently more and more people are opting to have dermal fillers as a non-surgical alternative to the chin or jawline implants. Dermal Filler treatment is a relatively simple procedure, performed in under 15 minutes without much discomfort or downtime. In the right hands, the results look very natural and aesthetically pleasing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Anyone wanting to balance their facial proportions and acheive a more aesthetic look may op to have these treatments.
Patients who have unrealistic expectation or those going through any mental or physical trauma are not suitable to undergo any cosmetic procedure.
Dermal fillers used at Medaesthetics are made up of Carbohydrate Gel and last anywhere between six to twenty fours months. We do not use permanent dermal fillers.
Note: At Medaesthetic, we only use the Ultra-premium brand of dermal fillers available in Australia which lasts longer than other brands in its class.
At Medaestheics, our prime emphesis is on delivering natural looking results when it comes to any cosmetic treatment. Most of our clients want to look fresh and youthful and not fake and overdone.
We do however, also look after clients wanting more noticeable and glamourous results.
Dermal fillers are made up of different substances. The most common fillers used at Medaestthetics are made up of a Carbohydrate Gel. The efficacy profile of these fillers is clinically well established when used by an experienced doctor or Nurse who knows the facial anatomy well.
Allergic reactions and significant vascular trauma are very infrequent. Minor, temporary side effects include temporary swelling and bruising at the site of injection.
Generally, there is minimal downtime, and most people can return to their normal activities straight after the treatment. Any downtime is usually due to swelling or bruising, which can be easily camouflaged by makeup in most cases. Fillers in the lips tend to cause more swelling in older patients and may last for up to seventy-two hours in some cases, before settling nicely.
This depends upon the amount of filler used and time associated with the treatment. Up-to five mls or more of dermal fillers can be used to achieve the desired results. Treatment may cost anywhere between $600 to $3500.
Our experienced clinical team will be able to advise you the amount of filler required to achieve noticeable but natural-looking results at the time of your consultation.