Chin & Jawline Concerns
Chin up, buttercup… unless your chin is getting you down. As a defining feature of the face, changes to the jawline brought about by time and gravity can impact the way we see ourselves. Though the shape of our chin and jawline is mostly determined by genetics, fat pads and bones do atrophy as we age, leading to stereotypical changes in the way we look. Whether you’re bothered by a weak chin, submental fullness (also known as a double chin), or age-related concerns like jowls or lax skin, there are many effective, non-invasive treatment options for chin and jawline sculpting. So let us restore some definition… and a little self-confidence.