Jawline & Cheek Fillers
3ml of filler for both sides
2ml of filler for both sides
Before & After
Every Client Is Unique - We Adapt
We can administer a topical anaesthetic to minimize any discomfort. Most clients report little or no pain during treatment.
Before the procedure, you will always get a consultation. This consultation is free of charge and without obligation. During the meeting, we will discuss the various treatment methods, and you will meet the consultant and doctor who, if desired, will treat you. Of course, your wishes and expectations will also be discussed during the consultation, and we will look at the possibilities we see for you individually.
We will map your face according to our Magic Markets Method. We will also ask about your medical history, previous treatments, and any use of medication to eliminate risks and ensure that we can safely help you.
Immediately after the procedure, you will experience a numb feeling. Exceptionally, there can also be some swelling; it disappears over time. In even more exceptional cases, there may be some bruising after the treatment, also fades over time. Should you be the exception to the rule, then avoid sunlight to prevent pigmentation.
Hyaluronic acid takes two weeks to become fixed into the surrounding tissue. The gel needs a few days to settle. In the first week after treatment, the hyaluronic acid may shift and look somewhat irregular. During the check-up – two weeks after the procedure – we can correct this if necessary.
The hyaluronic acid breaks down after 1 to 1.5 years. However, there are significant individual differences. For most people, it remains much longer. We recommend not waiting until the results are entirely gone, but coming back before the filler is completely gone, this prevents a yo-yo effect.
Appointment times vary, depending on the desired effect, including consultation it will be up to 45 mins.
Yes and no. The gel needs a few days to settle. In the first week after treatment, the hyaluronic acid may shift and look somewhat irregular. During the check-up – two weeks after the treatment – we can correct this if necessary. The hyaluronic acid is slowly broken down after 1,5 to 2 years.
None, you won’t get any scars from the treatment. Your jawline will go back to where it was as the filler dissolves.
Usually up to 3ml is enough, we can give a quote if you will want to use more than that.
Clients can cancel or reschedule appointments at any time with a minimum of 48 hours notice before the appointment time; otherwise, a fee will be charged. To cancel or reschedule, please email, or text/call us. Please respect the time that is reserved just for YOU.
Sagging Jawline/Cheeks? No Problem.
A well-defined jawline slowly changes with age. Due to ageing, the jawline weakens, you will experience volume loss, the result of a natural decrease in muscle and bone mass. The first signs become visible around your 30th. With some, there is even visible ageing before being 30 years old. With a local filler treatment with hyaluronic acid, this process reversible, and life becomes enjawable again.
Although you might expect that volume loss with hamster cheeks starts at the jaw, it is usually the temples, cheekbones, and nasolabial fold that fall prey to this. Here at SIMONE Clinic, we help a lot of people who are around 45 years old and have had enough of their hamster cheeks. We do this by smoothing out the ‘weak links’ with extra volume, that gives you a robust set of contours again.
On average, the procedure takes thirty minutes to an hour. The exact duration depends on the size and complexity of the process. There is no recovery time, which means you can immediately see the results. Do you have a well-defined jawline like Angelina Jolie, Olivia Wilde or Brad Pitt? Then you expect that your jawline will keep its distinct, firm shape.
If your jawline is a bit on the undefined side, then you may be able to enhance it with injections. Temporary fillers can give your jaw and chin more definition. If you have a small, rounded jawline, then you usually have more fine lines, loose skin and dents. For the best results, it is also necessary to place the filler directly on the cheekbone.
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Laura* is one of those women... less a head turner, more a head spinner. There's the big, bouncy hair. The porcelain skin that looks as expensive as 10-ply cashmere. And a tight, smooth jawline, which means she takes a 10/10 photo from every angle. Not that she'd believe you.