Jawline & Chin

A tight and defined jawline is a key component of a youthful and attractive-looking face, therefore as we experience sagging in this area, from age-related volume loss, it can significantly mature a patients face. Furthermore as we age our chins can become shorter through loss of bony support and hyperactivity of the chin muscle, resulting in shortening of the lower face and premature ageing of the whole face.

Jawline and chin augmentation involves the injection of hyaluronic acid filler into the lower face to help restore lost volume and support and create a more defined and rejuvenated lower face.

In patients with “weak” or under-projected chins, treatment of the area with filler can help us balance the profile and create impressive harmonisation of the lower face.

Filler augmentation of the lower face is commonly combined with treatment of the mid and upper face as part of a full-face rejuvenation and allows us to remedy key areas of age-related volume loss to achieve impressive yet natural-looking refreshment for our patients.

Every patient is different and we pride ourselves on performing in-depth assessment and creating bespoke treatment plans which allow our patients to look their best. In some instances patients may require additional treatments in the lower face to help improve skin elasticity and tightness, such as with the use of Morpheus8, prior to undergoing filler augmentation. However through our thorough expert consultations we are able to provide you with the best options to help you achieve your desired goals.


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BEFORE & AFTER Photo Results


We expertly inject the best quality dermal fillers into the jawline and chin to replenish areas of lost volume and restore definition to the lower face. In mature patients this can also help tighten the jawline and reduce the appearance of jowls.


When treating this area we apply local anaesthetic cream to help numb the area and make the procedure more comfortable. The majority of the treatment is performed using a blunt-ended cannula that significantly reduces the risk of bruising and damage to tissue structures.

Once injected, the filler can last up to 12-24 months. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring molecule found in the body, hence your body will gradually metabolise and break down the filler. For each patient, the rate at which the filler is metabolised will vary depending upon the volume used and their underlying anatomy and physiology.