Injectable fillers are a great way to improve facial features by adding volume to the chin, resolving a double chin and addressing weak chin problems.
Botoxis the ideal treatment for facial wrinkles, wrinkles or the formation of dimples on the chin. Jaw fillers are actually just soft tissue fillers and can usually be used on other parts of the body as well. To effectively contour the jawline, strong fillers such as those used to contour the cheek or chin should be used.
Depending on the individual, both injectables may work. The filling will help replace the bone and, in general, will give a stronger jawline. Botox and neuromodulators relax muscles, while filler adds volume to areas of the face. Botulinum toxin can be injected into the masseter muscle to thin the lower part of the face and jaw.
Dermal fillers can be used to strengthen the jaw and chin and create an even more chiseled and sculpted appearance. These fillings are placed deep in the bone and can last for one to two years. When it comes to treating fine lines and wrinkles, or plumping and smoothing out a little, it is possible to opt for both Botox and filler. Botox is injected into the masseter muscles to thin the jaw, while dermal fillers can be used to strengthen the jawline and create sharper angles in the jaw and chin.
Botox tends to last about three or four months, as in other areas of the face. Jaw fillers can also be used when patients want to get a noticeable stretch in the back of the jawline. Botox can be used to lift or shape the arch of the brow, increase lip volume and definition, thin out the jawline or even improve a gummy smile. Receiving Botox, fillers and other treatments in the office can be empowering for many people.
Volux chin fillers can be injected into the chin area and jawline, strengthening jaw support to lift the lower part of the face. Botox and filler can also be injected to improve the shape of the chin. Botox relaxes muscles around the mouth, giving it a larger appearance without adding any volume.