If you lose muscle and fat around your jawline, you will have a less prominent jawline. Often, this is caused by loose skin associated with aging. Ultherapy will tighten loose skin around your jawline and give you a more defined side profile if you have loose skin around your jawline. A micro-thermal injury is caused to the skin's SMAS layer with Ultherapy. This heals the skin surface and lifts it. Skin tightening can significantly improve the contours of the jawline. The bone structure is not the cause of your problem, and you can go for a surgical or non-surgical solution, such as a jawline filler. See what else you can do to achieve a chiselled jawline in the next section.
Having fat on your jawline
If you have loose skin
As we age, our skin starts to loosen, which is an unfortunate side effect. If you use the right tools, you can remove this loose skin, resulting in a more defined jawline. Apart from the surgical facelift, there are a few minimally invasive options as well, such as the PDO thread lift and Ultherapy. This non-surgical face lift uses threads placed underneath the skin to lift the face. In 2 to 4 months, it dissolves and is made of the same material as surgical sutures. Due to the barbed threads, when the threads are pulled back during the procedure, the barbs hold them in place, leaving you with a lifted and tightened jawline. It is expected that you will see results after three years. After three years, the results will remain the same. In Ultherapy, ultrasound energy is used to tighten and firm certain areas like the jaw and neck. Even though this process is effective, it may take multiple painful sessions before you see the results you desire. In some cases, another treatment may be a better option than Ultherapy. Please consult your doctor if you have questions about this treatment.
Your jaw may not be pronounced genetically or structurally
Your jawline can be enhanced in a number of ways. While implants are effective, some people prefer non-surgical options. A jawline filler is a nonsurgical option that injects volume into the skin around the jawline. A chin filler may also be combined with a jaw filler to enhance the shape of the lower face.
When you don't have a prominent jawline (which may be an issue for you), there are different options you can choose from. Surgical and non-surgical options might be available to you based on the reason your jawline isn't prominent. It's important to speak with a medical professional to determine what's right for you.