A chiselled jawline and shapely chin are critical to a memorable face. While men tend to have heavier wider chins and square faces, women tend to have more oval faces with softer edges & narrow chins - however certain features are considered unattractive in both male and female faces:
1. DOUBLE CHIN
A heavy submental area (chin and upper neck) or heavy submandibular area (sides of the face) give a bulky appearance. This can be improved with lifting options such as ULTRAFORMER and DERMAL FILLERS and fat reduction treatments such as CRYOLIPOLYSIS (Fat Freezing) & Kybella. Fat Reduction with non surgical treatments is a permanent corrective method that usually requires 1 - 3 visits (once a month) On the other hand skin lifting with HIFU using UltraFormer is done 1-2 times a year.
2. DEFICIENT CHIN / RECESSIVE CHIN
A weak chin can make the jawline poorly defined and make the face look wider. It is a common feature in Asians who usually have a shorter lower third of the face. The balance of facial features can be corrected with CHIN AUGMENTATION using BOTOX and DERMAL FILLERS in the chin region. BOTOX IS usually done 2 to 3 times a year. While Fillers are done once in 1 to 3 years depending on the dose & type of products.