Chin filler injections add definition to the chin and lower jawline.
People who are concerned about a recessed chin, a deep dimple in their chin, or mild-to-moderate wrinkles, may benefit from these injections.
These treatments must be repeated periodically.
Chin fillers are generally safe and have a low risk of side effects.
Ideal Candidates for Chin Fillers
People over the age of 18 who would like to better define their jawline, strengthen their chin or fill in wrinkles or lines around the chin are good candidates for chin fillers. They should be in good overall health, have no allergies or health conditions, should not smoke and should be able to take good care of their skin post treatment.
What chin fillers can’t do
Chin fillers can’t correct severely sagging skin or deep wrinkles; instead, fillers are best for mild-to-moderate concerns. If you want more dramatic or permanent corrections, a chin implant might be your best option.
What to Expect During the Procedure
Chin filler injections are similar to other dermal filler procedures. They are performed in a clinical HIS regulated clinic and there is no downtime required.
First we will disinfect the skin in the injection area. We may will also apply a topical anaesthetic such as lidocaine or inject the anaesthetic before beginning your treatment.
You will be positioned upright whilst our Nurse injects the filler, and you will be asked to remain still. During the procedure, you will receive multiple injections in your chin. Afterwards we will want you to return for a follow-up visit and additional injections until desired results are achieved.
Costs involved in more fillers added in at review where necessary.