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Chin Filler

Chin Filler

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Chin augmentation by injectable filler is a non-surgical method of changing the chin's shape and prominence. People who dislike their side profile and wish for a more symmetrical face frequently undergo this treatment. A more defined jawline and a more youthful overall appearance can be achieved with chin filler.

What is it?

The non-surgical Chin Augmentation (also known as Chin Enhancement or Chin Correction) is a treatment which is mostly used for profile balancing. What we mean by profile balancing is for example adjusting a back-set chin to be positioned in a more proportionate way in relation to the nose and lips, which in turn balances out the side profile. Dermal Filler can be added to the chin in order to create a more defined and contoured appearance. Another benefit to the chin augmentation procedure is that it can be used to correct a dimpled chin if this is particularly bothersome to you. Many of our clients here at The Clinic Room tend to opt for a Jawline Contouring/Augmentation procedure alongside this one, as the treatments tend to complement each other and allow for a sculpted and fully finished look.

How does it work?

After an initial consultation, your medical practitioner will apply a numbing agent to the area and then carefully inject the filler into the chin using a needle or cannula to create a more defined and contoured look. This procedure is pretty much painless due to the numbing agent used and provides results in a matter of minutes.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How long does the procedure takes?

20 - 30 Minutes

How much ml do you use?

Everyone’s lips are different, so 1ml for one person will be different for another. Our procedure is result focused rather than quantity focused.

How long is recovery?

The recovery is instant – 3 days.

How soon can I see the results?

The results will be visible instantly.

When can I return to work?

You can return to work immediately.

How long will the results last?

Between 6-18 months (dependant on lifestyle).

Is there a need for anaesthesia?

Yes, we use a topical numbing agent to make the procedure as painless as possible.

What are the risks?

Swelling, slight redness, temporary numbness and minor bruising which fade quickly following the procedure.