Jaw FillersJawline is an important factor of our beauty that we are not aware of
Although we do not get compliments on the chin very often, our jawline is an important factor of our beauty that we are not aware of. It is a factor that is not noticed when it poses aesthetic problems but affects the symmetry of the face to a great extent in case of the slightest flaw. Although we haven't heard about jaw surgeries or jaw fillers until today, it is gaining fame with every passing day. Angelina Jolie is one of the celebrities who put the aesthetics of the jaw to the fore. Moreover, jaw filler is a procedure preferred by both men and women almost equally. For men, a sharp jawline is one of the most important complements to the masculine look. For women, the jawline ensures a stronger, more sexy, and elegant look.
What does jawline mean?
It means the lower part of the jawline. The method that makes our lower jawline, highlighting our facial features, more attractive and prominent is often referred to as Jawline.
What are the criteria for a good jawline?
The ideal jawline has features such as a prominent line from chin to the ears, a pointed jaw tip according to the golden ratio, clear jowl and jaw junctions, and a jaw with sharp corners.
What are the types of jaw disorders?
The most common jaw disorder is a recessed chin and jaw or the ones with an asymmetrical structure compared to the rest of the face. Losing the contours of the jaw due to age, weakening of the jaw tissue, and excessive curvature of the jaw are other jaw problems. In addition, tissue losses and deformations caused by accidents or traumas cause common aesthetic problems due to jow deformity.
How do jaw fillers fix jawline?
It eliminates volume losses in the chin and jaw and makes the lines and corners of the jaw more prominent. It also fills recessed or sunken areas. It provides a stronger, masculine appearance by creating a wider and sharper chin and jaw.
What is the most commonly used filling material for jaw fillers?
The most commonly used material for jaw fillers is hyaluronic acid-based material that is naturally found in our body and also preferred for other facial fillers. Plus, it is the fat taken by liposuction from the person's own body or stem cell-supported fat.
How is it performed?
The fillers using hyaluronic acid-based material, like other facial fillers, is a painless, and short procedure in which anesthetic creams are applied before the procedure. In cases where fat injection or stem cell filling is preferred, the procedure involves longer stages.
In cases where fat fillers will be used, adipose tissue is taken by liposuction from the hip or abdomen. Afterward, this tissue is brought into the form to be injected into the face by the plastic surgeon who will perform the procedure, and then the procedure is finished. For fillings to be done by reproducing stem cells, the adipose tissue taken from the patient is sent to the stem cell laboratory approved by the Ministry of Health. It is then expected to reproduce for 3 to 6 weeks. When the desired number of cells is acquired, the filler can be used.
What expertise does jaw filler require?
While hyaluronic acid-based filling materials can be performed by a plastic surgeon, dermatologist, or aesthetic doctor, the other two procedures, adipose tissue, and stem cell fillers can only be done by plastic surgeons.
How long do the jaw fillers last?
How long it will last depends on the filling methods. In hyaluronic acid fillers, the effect of the procedure lasts for 6 to 12 months, while adipose tissue fillers last for 2-3 years, and stem cell-supported fat injection lasts for 5 years.
When is it ok to return to social life following the procedure?
In hyaluronic acid fillers, the person can return to social life right after the procedure. The recovery period of the other two procedures is relatively long, which can take up to one or two weeks. This is because these methods can cause side effects such as edema and bruise.