The chin is key to the attractive face. It really defines not only the neck but the entire face. Chin enhancement with dermal filler is a great alternative to surgery for a balanced attractive side profile.
In recent years, social media has contributed to an increase in interest in personal appearance, including the chin profile. Social media platforms such as Instagram and TikTok are known for showcasing beauty trends, and many people are now turning to these platforms for inspiration when it comes to improving their appearance.
One trend that has gained popularity on social media is chin contouring, which involves using makeup, fillers, or surgery to enhance the appearance of the chin. Some people use makeup techniques such as shading and highlighting to create the illusion of a more defined chin, while others opt for more permanent solutions such as fillers or surgery.
Social media has also played a role in raising awareness about the impact of the chin profile on overall facial aesthetics. Many people are now more conscious of their chin profile and are seeking solutions to improve it.
It is important to note that while social media can be a great source of inspiration, it is important to approach any beauty trend with caution and to prioritize your own health and safety. Before considering any cosmetic procedure, it is important to consult with a qualified and experienced professional to determine the best course of action for you.
With the increasing popularity of image centred social media, non-surgical chin definition procedures have grown in popularity. That selfie spoiling weak chin can now be fixed in a few minutes with a sophisticated chin augmentation procedure at Castleknock Cosmetic Clinic Dublin.
Cosmetic surgeons and doctors had no short-term option for treating weak chins until speciality lifting dermal fillers came along filling the gap between permanent implants and short lasting generic fillers. In the past, the only option was a one-size-fits-all chin implant. Chin implants weren’t ideal options due to lack of individual customisation, you see; every chin is different!. Now we have the ability to shape someone’s chin based on and in harmony with the rest of their unique facial features.
A person with a stronger chin is perceived to be stronger, smarter, and more of a determined type of person. It’s no coincidence that super heroes and most successful fashion models have this distinctive feature.
When patients come to see if they’re a candidate for a chin job, I often take a side profile photo and draw a line from the innermost corner of their eye past their nose, and down toward their chin. If that line continues to be straight, then their chin is proportionate to their face. If it goes inward at an angle toward their neck, then they have a recessive chin. This is where specialist dermal fillers can help.
For patients who are hesitant about the non-surgical procedure, I offer them a salt water trial where I inject the saline water where I would normally put the fillers so they can see the results. The liquid only stays in the area for about five minutes and gives them a great idea of the level of augmentation they desire. Once the patient decides if he or she wants to move forward, they have a few options: If you’re looking for something more temporary, I would recommend going with hyaluronic acid options like Belotero or Juvéderm. These will last four to six months and cost around €450 to €650 depending on how many syringes are needed to build out the chin. If you’re looking for results to last longer up then I will recommend Juvéderm Voluma or Radiesse, both last over a year. For more durable results, Ellansé is on a league of its own lasting 3 or 4 years at a time. Ellansé is made up of microscopic bio-stimulator beads which is why it lasts so long. Since the results are so immediate, if you don’t like what you see, the hyaluronic acid fillers can be dissolved away with an injected enzyme called hyaluronidase.
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