Profile balancing is the most common use for chin enhancement. When looking at a facial profile, the defining features are the nose and the chin. A class 2 malocclusion (under bite) can make the nose look bigger and can give the appearance of a double chin. Dermal Chin Filler can be used to lengthen or widen the chin, improving the overall appearance of the face.
As we age, bone reabsorption occurs within the lower face. This leads to a change in the shape of the chin, which can sometimes make it look separate from the jawline. Chin Filler can be used to blend this separation.
Aftercare instructions and advice is given on the day after every injectable treatment by one of our experts. Common side effects include swelling and bruising, and should subside after 7 – 10 days, with the end result visible after 2 weeks.
Chin Augmentation is where place Dermal Filler into the Chin Area to help Augment the chin which will change the contour, shape and appearance.
It works by injecting small amounts of Dermal Filler into the Chin area to help with your concern, whether that be Asymmetry, restoring volume loss, creating definition and shape or contouring.
Treatment takes approximately 90 minutes but this can depend. When you arrive a topical numbing cream will be applied to the area being treated for 30 minutes. The actual treatment can range anything from 30 minutes to 60 minutes.
Aftercare will always be prompted post treatment from your injector.Like all Injectable procedures Bruising, Swelling and tenderness can occur, this is completely normal following from this treatment.
You should expect to see an improvement instantly however we always advise the result will be final after 2 weeks – this allows for the bruising, swelling and tenderness to have subsided.
This treatment typically lasts around 9-12 months, however each individual is different. This treatment can be repeated when the results start to fade.
This depends on the individual, at your consultation we will assess if the Non- Surgical Rhinoplasty treatment is the right Procedure for you. It is important that you disclose all current medication and ailments to ensure we limit any risks.
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