Face and Jawline contouring
Facial contouring is a treatment that combines several treatments to create a unique look for each patient. Celebrities have popularized facial contouring, making it a common procedure. The following are examples of facial contouring.
Contouring of the Cheekbones
Cheekbone Contouring, also known as cheek filler, is a procedure that enhances the appearance of the cheekbones.
You will not have to worry about contouring with makeup after this procedure.
Men, too, have their cheekbones contoured, giving them a more chiseled and sharp look. Dermal Fillers are injected near the cheekbones to create a contoured and defined look. Surgical augmentation is more expensive and invasive than this procedure. Most people choose a cheekbone and jawline contouring treatment because they complement each other and create a finished, polished, and contoured appearance.
Contouring of the Jawline
The jawline can change dramatically as one gets older.
Many patients want to know how to combat the signs of aging without having to undergo surgery. In other cases, patients with weak or receding jawlines believe that adding more volume or definition will improve their facial appearance. Individuals who want to tighten, contour, and reshape their jawline without going under the knife can use dermal fillers. The following are some of the most common jawline complaints and how to contour and treat this area of the face:
Jawline wrinkles and chin wrinkles
Many patients are bothered by wrinkles, creases, lines, and dimples on the jawline and chin.
Dermal fillers are used to smooth out this problem. Depending on the fillers used, the results can last anywhere from 4 months to a year.
Dermal fillers can be used to treat a receding or weak jawline. A receding chin is not always an age-related problem; in some cases, it is genetic, and it can be corrected with injectable fillers by shaping, sculpting, and defining the jawline.
What is a dermal filler, and how does it work?
During your initial consultation with your doctor (or injection-certified pharmacists), you will discuss your lifestyle and medical history, any previous procedures, and expectations for the procedure.
The assessment will determine whether or not you are a good candidate for the procedure.
We will apply a topical anesthetic to make the treatment more relaxing before it begins. The procedure takes about 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the area to be treated.
- It is up to the individual to recover.
- It usually takes around 48 hours to fully recover.
- The area will become sensitive for about 24 hours during this time. You may also experience some bruising and swelling, but it will be minor.
- You must also refrain from rubbing or touching the treated areas for twelve hours.
The procedure produces immediate and visible results.
Furthermore, the results last for a year (12 months); however, the beauty of dermal fillers is that you can repeat the procedure whenever the results fade.
The patient’s skin and genetic makeup influence the outcome.
Albany Cosmetic and Laser Center in Edmonton is one of the city’s few clinics that provides these services.