Chin fillers can be used to help improve and enhance the appearance of the wrinkles, fine lines and blemishes. By using Dermal Fillers, we can add volume, redefine the chins shape and tighten the skin to reduce sagging jowls and correct unwanted chin dimples.
Wrinkles, sagging jowls and an undefined jawline can in some cases be genetic and even worsen as you age. This means that regardless of using creams and exercising, there isn’t anything you can do about it unless you opt for injectables.
AL Aesthetics can help define and enhance your chin to increase your confidence and make you feel like the best version of yourself.
With filler, we can help to combat a chin dimple, also known as “bum chin”, by relaxing the chin muscle to provide a smoother appearance.
We can help to define a jawline that is desirable to you. If you feel as if your cheeks and jawline kind of flow into your neck and wished your chin and neck where more tighter and defined, fillers can help.
If you have a chin that looks like lots of tiny pebbles, Dr. Ash Labib, of AL Aesthetics, is experienced in knowing how to get rid of imperfections using injectables.
Chin filler can also work to help combat sagging jowls, to give you a more youthful appearance. Age at your own pace with chin fillers.
After procedure with AL Aesthetics, you can notice the difference immediately. Your skin will look revitalised naturally.
At your free consultation, we will take a medical history and discuss your areas of concern. Sometimes we may advise a combination of treatments to achieve the result you are looking for.
Within two weeks after your treatment, we will invite you back for a check-up, just to make sure you’re comfortable and are having no problems.
Made from hyaluronic acid which breaks down, it is eventually then absorbed into the skin in around 6-18 months’ time
Botulinum toxin relaxes muscle movement that results in wrinkles, whilst dermal fillers smooth out wrinkles. They can be combined to achieve more effective results.
Most dermal fillers contain a local anaesthetic, meaning people generally find the procedure more comfortable than expected.