What is a weak chin and jawline?
A weak chin and jawline refers to a receding chin, or a chin that is short, small and slopes backward. This aesthetic complaint is very common among women and men. For women, it can cause the nose to appear too large and that they are overweight. For men, this can contribute to a less masculine appearance. With a weak chin and jawline, it can often appear as if you have a double chin. The double chin look can result from a lack of definition between the neck and chin or from a chin that is small, narrow or short.
What are the benefits of a strong chin?
The chin is often overlooked, and most people don’t realize how much of the face is impacted by the size, shape and prominence of the chin. By addressing a receding chin and jawline, you can get a more rounded facial appearance. Aesthetic treatments can establish a more refined transition between the jaw and neck. You can also benefit from a more balanced profile. When the chin is too small or recedes, your side profile becomes unbalanced. A stronger chin can also help to make your nose appear much smaller. In many cases, the nose only appears large because the chin is too small.
Get treatments in Capitol Hill, Seattle
Whether your chin has become less prominent as a result of aging or weight fluctuations or your jawline has asymmetries that you would like to correct, chin augmentation with dermal fillers can help. At Lifted Beauty + Wellness in Madrona, Seattle, we specialize in addressing weak chins and we are passionate about creating a harmonious balance to faces of our patients. When you opt for revolumizing with fillers in your chin and jawline, we will typically inject small amounts of dermal fillers (often Radiesse, Juvederm and/or Restylane) into the lower third of your face to help redefine natural contours or create new structure, if needed. Other treatments that can help include SculpSure submental, TempSure Envi skin tightening and 1540 fractional laser. Topicals such as Alastin Restorative Neck Cream and skinbetter science InterFuse can help as well. To get started, call or text us at (206) 299-1102, or fill out the consultation request form on our website.