Facial structure is the foundation of your features, and it can make all the difference between an attractive and unattractive face. Facial structure is formed by the skeletal and muscular structures of the face, which are affected by aging, injury or illness.
Aesthetic medicine is a great tool for improving the overall facial structure. Here are three ways that you can improve your jawline:
Jawline fillers can be used to:
- Improve the jawline, which is often thin and receding.
- Correct a weak chin or receding jaw.
Nose fillers are used to reduce the size of a large nose, or the width and length of your nose. They can also be used to change the shape of your nose by reshaping it into a more narrow or straight appearance. These treatments are often done in conjunction with rhinoplasty surgery, which is discussed below.
Nose implants are made from plastic and silicone, so they’re extremely durable—you can use them over time without having to worry about them breaking down after only one use!
Hyaluronidase is a naturally occurring enzyme that helps the body to produce hyaluronic acid, which acts as a lubricant for the skin and joints.
The benefits of using hyaluronidase include:
- Improved facial structure by increasing volume in areas such as cheeks, jawline and lips
- Increased moisture levels in your skin to help prevent dryness
- Reduced fine lines around your eyes
Aesthetic medicine is a great tool for improving the overall facial structure.
Aesthetic medicine is a great tool for improving the overall facial structure. Facial fillers can be used to improve the jawline, forehead, chin and neck area.
By using these products you will have a more youthful appearance without having to undergo surgery or plastic surgery procedures such as Botox injections.
We hope this article has helped you understand more about the different procedures available for improving facial structure. Also as we’ve seen, there are many options to choose from and each one has its own benefits. More importantly, it’s important to remember that no matter what procedure you choose, you should always consult with a board certified dermatologist who specializes in aesthetic medicine before starting any treatment plan.