Cosmetic Treatments:
Chin & Jawline

A strong jawline and chin can help to balance the proportions of the face and create a more harmonious overall appearance, giving the face a more structured and masculine or feminine appearance, depending on the individual's facial features and desired look. Facial fillers are a safe and effective treatment option that lifts and defines skin that has lost volume with age to create a more youthful appearance. 

Target Treatment Areas

Some of the most common cosmetic concerns we encounter related to the chin and jawline include:

A weak or receding chin


A double chin


Chin dimpling


A prominent or uneven jawline


Sagging or loose skin


Fine lines and wrinkles

Treatment Options

Numerous cosmetic and plastic surgical procedures can help you achieve a more defined chin and jawline. Facial fillers are one of the most effective non-invasive treatments available. It Aesthetix offers a few different filler options to choose from depending on your desired results. 


BOTOX® treatment is an excellent option for those who are frustrated by the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles or unwanted dimples, but are not looking for a surgical solution. BOTOX® Cosmetic works to smooth out skin and prevent dimpling in the chin area, which is a common concern for many people. 


KYBELLA® is the latest non-surgical treatment to improve the appearance of moderate to severe fat in the chin and jawline (often referred to as a “double chin”). KYBELLA® can help reduce excess skin and fat in the chin and jawline to create a sharper and more defined facial structure.  
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Radiesse® is a facial filler that is commonly used to contour the chin and jaw. This injectable anti-aging treatment uses a formula that combines calcium hydroxylapatite in a water-based gel to add volume to the skin.

Are Chin and Jawline Treatments Right for Me?

f you are interested in improving the appearance of your chin and jawline and are in good overall health, you may be a good candidate for chin and jawline fillers. However, it's important to consult with a qualified healthcare provider to determine the most appropriate treatment plan for you. During a consultation, your provider will assess your skin and discuss your goals and any concerns you may have. They will then recommend the most suitable treatment options based on your individual needs and expectations.

Beauty Benefits of Chin and Jawline Filler

Whether you have fluctuated in weight, are experiencing sagging skin with age, or simply wish to sharpen your chin and jawline, facial filler is a reliable and long-term solution. With the medical advancements made in recent years, surgical procedures are no longer needed to achieve a lifted and defined facial structure. It Aesthetix offers various types of fillers to:

Smooth fine lines and wrinkles
Reduce double chin
Eliminate chin dimpling
Sharpen your jawline
Enhance your natural features
Improve your facial profile

Find a Location Near You

Looking to sharpen your jawline for a more defined facial structure? You’ve come to the right place. Find a location near you and schedule a consultation with our medically-trained aesthetic experts to learn more about your options. 


How much treatment will I need with KYBELLA®?
You can expect some swelling after treatment of the area. Generally, patients require about three treatments to obtain the desired effect. 
How long do facial fillers last?
Fillers such as Juvederm Voluma® can last anywhere from 6 months to 2 years. This will vary based on the person and type of filler used. 
Are facial fillers on the temples safe?
Facial fillers are very safe under the care of a trained medical professional. 
How much filler will I need?
The amount of filler needed will depend on the results you are hoping to achieve. Book a consultation with one of our trained professionals to discuss the amount of treatment needed to reach your desired results.
Do facial fillers hurt?
Topical numbing creams are typically used to numb the treatment area before the procedure to minimize pain. Patients may feel a pinching sensation as the fillers are being injected, but pain levels should be manageable.