Jawline Definition

The shape and size of our chin and jawline is largely determined by genetics, but over time, aging or weight fluctuations can cause unwanted changes to the jawline and submental (under chin) area.

What is Jawline Definition?

A weak jawline can disrupt the balance of your facial features or draw attention to signs of aging caused by the depletion of facial tissues and loss of skin elasticity. Whether you’ve always had a weak jawline, or your once-sharp jawline has lost definition over time, it can have a negative effect on your self-confidence and inspire you to take action.

Jawline Definition Concerns

A weak profile is often the result of jowls, sagging skin, volume loss over time, or submental fullness (a double chin), although some people are simply genetically predisposed. 

Luckily, there are several non-invasive methods to achieve a defined jawline. A thorough consultation with Dr. Geeta Yadav, Dermatologist, will help determine the treatment best suited to your unique goals.

Jawline Definition Treatment Options

Belkyra is a breakthrough injectable treatment that targets and permanently eliminates fat cells below the chin non-surgically, creating a more defined jawline. Learn More

Juvéderm Volux is a structural dermal filler, specifically designed to sculpt the jawline and chin for firmer, smoother contours. Learn More

Radiesse is a calcium-based dermal filler that can be used to contour the jawline, producing a crisp, sharp result. Learn More

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