Filler in Cheeks to Lift Jowls | Nonsurgical Jowl Lift With Cheek Fillers | How To Sculpt the Jawline
At first blush, you wouldn’t think a Cheek Filler could restore a defined and crisp jawline. However, Cheek Fillers truly are a top treatment option to achieve a Nonsurgical Jowl Lift. In today’s post, we’ll drill down on the advantages and benefits of a Dermal Filler in cheeks to lift jowls. From restoring sagging skin to reducing wrinkling, read on to learn if a Cosmetic Filler is right to restore your jowl area, courtesy of the best MedSpa in NYC.
How to Lift Jowls? What is Cheek Filler for Jowls? Why Will Filler in Cheeks Work on the Jawline?
It may surprise you that a Dermal Filler in the cheek area will help sculpt and lift jowls and the jawline. After all, the two are quite literally different areas of the face. However, what happens to the cheeks definitely has consequences for the lower face. To illustrate, let’s starts with the perfect storm of aging that happens on the cheeks:
- Diminished collagen and elastin production,
- Thinning skin, and
- Bone, fat and muscle loss under the skin of the midface.
Now, we’ll talk about how these processes in the cheek area impact the jawline. Specifically, when there’s volume loss in the cheeks, the skin over it loses the strong, supportive and sturdy structure that once held it smoothly in place. As a result, the skin starts to slide off the cheek area. As it’s pulled down, we develop visible skin laxity along the jawline. Depending on the individual, we will notice anything from loose, sagging jowls to a less defined jawline to fine lines and wrinkles and/or deep creases and folds under the cheeks and around the chin area.
Will Cheek Fillers Work to Contour the Jawline?
Yes, a Cosmetic Filler will smooth and lift the lower face, in order to sculpt and restore the contour along the jawline and under the chin. Specifically, by adding fullness to the midface, we can also get rid of saggy jowls.
What’s The Best Filler for Lower Face? How Do Fillers Work?
A Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Filler for cheeks will work for jowl correction. Specifically, HA Filler injections can replenish lost Hyaluronic Acid and restore volume in the treatment area.
Brands of HA Fillers include Juvederm, Restylane and Belotero. Each brand offers a family of formulations. While they all use HA as their active ingredient, each formulation varies by weight and viscosity. Because of this variation, each formulation will act differently under the skin.
Typically, the cheek area requires a Filler that’s thicker and heavier. That’s because it will need to restore the sturdy structure that’s been lost with aging. Specifically, the Filler will act as a scaffold for the skin to hang smoothly along the jawline / chin area. Thus, restoring a youthful appearance to jowls.
What is the Best Filler for Lifting Jowls? What is the Best Filler for Cheeks?
Examples of the best Cheek Filler to achieve the goal of restoring saggy, loose skin and lifting the jowls are:
- Restylane Lyft by Galderma
- Juvederm Voluma by Allergan
- Belotero Intense by Merz
It’s important to note that these are general recommendations. For personalized advice, we always recommend a complimentary consultation with an Expert in Beauty to figure out the best Cheek Filler for you.
What Cheek Filler Results Will I See After Treatment?
In a nutshell, a Cheek Filler will work to temporarily:
- Replenish bone and soft tissue loss
- Diminish the wrinkles and creases between the cheek and chin area, including Marionette Lines and Nasolabial Folds
- Provide fullness to the midface
- Encourage skin to hang smoothly on the jowls
- Restore lost contour to the jowl area
- Provide a youthful structure to the lower face
- Sculpt the jawline
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How Many ML’s for a Nonsurgical Jowl Lift? How Much Does Cheek Filler Cost?
We typically recommend injecting the cheeks with at least 1 ml of Filler along strategic points on each side. However, the number of ml’s and, thus, the Cheek Filler price depends on:
- Individual anatomy,
- Extent of aging skin on the cheeks, and
- Individual beauty goals
Because of these factors, it’s always best to speak with an Expert in Beauty to determine Face Filler pricing for you.
When Will I See Filler Results? How Long Do Lower Face Fillers Last? What’s the Longest Lasting Filler?
A Facial Filler will provide immediate results; however, these results are temporary. Depending on the Filler, results can last anywhere between 6-18 months. A maintenance schedule is required to sustain results. Additionally, other factors determine how long Fillers will last including:
- How many ml’s / syringes of product were used during treatment. Typically, full jowl correction requires less maintenance.
- Individual factors, such as how quickly your body absorbs the product.
How to Find a Master Injector / Provider Near Me? Where to Get Fillers?
There are so many Face Filler formulations available, which is why it’s so important to find an experienced physician who:
- Will consider your individual anatomy and extent of aging
- Knows where to inject product to get the Botox / filler results you’re looking for
- Knows how much product to use to achieve natural results.
- Can advise the right maintenance schedule to extend these results.
Our Medical Director, George Liakeas, MD ticks all these boxes. He’s been using Cosmetic Injectables for close to 20 years.
Where to Get Lower Face Fillers Near Me? Why Choose Smooth Synergy Medical Spa in NYC?
Conveniently located in Midtown East, Manhattan, New York, Smooth Synergy Cosmedical Spa has been in business since 2002. It’s this experience that makes us a leader in the field of nonsurgical cosmetic aesthetics. We offer a comprehensive menu of top skin-restoring treatments that includes Neurotoxins and Cheek Fillers, including Botox, Dysport, Xeomin and Jeaveau, as well as Juvederm, Restylane and Belotero. Book a consultation with our skin care specialists to find out which one is best for you. Call us at 212-397-0111 to speak with an expert in beauty and schedule a complimentary consultation.