What happens when we age?
As we age the middle of the face begins to lose volume. We also lose skin elasticity. Collagen and fat is lost and as we get older even the skeleton changes and the muscles thin.
The result of this is flattening of the mid-face, retraction of the area around the mouth. The jawline looks looser and perhaps more jowly.
We develop tear-troughs running from the corners of the eyes across the upper portion of the cheek.
As we get older the face may become drawn, gaunt and tired looking. This process may be exacerbated by weight loss, poor diet, sun-damage or illness.
However, in some people this process is not a result of ageing but normal facial structure; the face may look flat with little or no cheekbone definition, eye-bags may be more prominent as a result.
Facial Dermal fillers for Sculpting
Using more dense, longer semi-permanent lasting fillers give instant volume over the cheekbones, mid-face and lower face.
- Create cheekbones
- Reduce an receding chin
- Restore volume
- Create a stronger jaw line
Either a high cheek bone look that is more sculpted can be created or a softer, less prominent mid-face lift can be created *.
Cheekbone sculpting is effective in a younger person below fifty years. For some people, a heavy jaw line can be balanced out with these techniques *.
This can be performed in the clinic as a “one stage procedure” or volume can be built up over time.
A receding chin?
Some men and women may find the profile of the chin can be improved by bringing the chin forward using dermal filler.
A stronger more defined jaw line?
A jaw line losing its definition with a loss of volume and elasticity can be improved with semi-permanent fillers. Some younger people may want a “wider, stronger” jaw line. Careful consideration is needed first, as squaring of the face in women may not be desirable but if the mandible is small it may make a visual change for the better.
Facial Sculpting Deals
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