Our team at The Aesthetic Clinique in Santa Rosa Beach, FL, knows how important it is to protect your skin and your health. That’s why we only offer treatments that we know are effective. If you’ve been looking into ways you can improve the appearance of your jawline, you may be wondering what the non-surgical face lift cost tends to be. Our team is ready to help you better understand this treatment and what to expect.
How Much Is Non-Surgical Jawline Contouring?
Your Non-Surgical Face Lift Cost Will Partly Depend on Your Needs
The jawline treatment we offer is a combination of different therapies to encourage powerful results. Your unique needs will determine how many different therapies are required. In addition, most patients benefit from the treatment being repeated a few times; this tends to really drive home those stellar improvements. This is one reason that you’re likely to see varied search results if you’re looking into your potential non-surgical face lift cost.
For instance, if you only need fillers to correct your jawline, your non-surgical face lift cost is going to be a bit lower than patients who need every aspect of this treatment. Patients with moderate to severe jowling may need more treatments than other patients since we’ll have to lift up and camouflage the problem areas.
How Many Syringes Are Typically Needed?
Again, this depends on your needs. As little as one, or as many as six syringes may be used during treatment to help you achieve your best results. As much as we would love to be more specific about your individual non-surgical face lift cost, the best way to know what you can expect is to set up a consultation with us.
During a consultation, you can tell us your goals, and we can take a look at your facial health. Together, we’ll formulate a plan to fit into your needs and your budget.
The Combination of Treatments Used for Non-Surgical Jawline Contouring
Our team employs a powerful technique to not only replace lost volume but also remove unwanted fat and tighten your skin. We call this trademarked process reJAWvenation, and it can help you restore or improve the appearance of your jawline, regardless of your gender.
Dermal fillers help to replace lost volume. As the face ages, the fat that helps your face look full and youthful can begin to shrink and droop. This creates hollow areas in the face, which can exaggerate the appearance of wrinkles. Dermal fillers help fill those hollows back up to smooth the skin and help the face regain its youthful appearance.
Remember how we talked about the fat of the face beginning to droop? Gravity’s pull can affect the appearance of your jawline over time. What used to be facial skin may eventually become a part of your neck, but Kybella can help address that. It can remove some of this unwanted fat and helps to create a more sculpted appearance and pleasing transition from your jawline to your neck.
This skin-tightening treatment helps to rejuvenate the face as a whole. By tightening the skin you can attain a more sculpted appearance across your face.
What Can This Treatment Address?
Some of the most common issues with an aging jawline include:
- Gonial angle blunting
- Submental fullness
- Jawline irregularity
This treatment can help address all of those concerns and can encourage that razor-sharp jawline you’ve been craving.
The Jawbone When It Comes to Women
Regardless of your gender, a sharp jawline is generally considered attractive. This isn’t just a modern phenomenon, if you need an example just think of the famous bust of Nefertiti. She was considered the pinnacle of beauty then, and even now her sculpture portrays a timeless grace and poise. While it’s true that both men and women usually want a defined jawline, there are some differences in how we approach treatment depending on your gender.
When it comes to a woman’s jawline, they usually have a more V-shaped rami on their frontal projection, but there are of course exceptions to the rule. Some women have a more traditionally masculine vertical ramus, which makes for an equally beautiful and striking profile. A woman’s gonial angle tends to be more obtuse at 135 degrees, and there is generally a shorter height along the mandible’s body. Women also tend to have a less projected chin than men.
The Jawbone When It Comes to Men
Men can sometimes be left out of the conversation when it comes to talking about cosmetic improvements. There’s often a stereotype out there that men care less about their appearance than women do, but that just simply isn’t the case. If you want a more defined jawline, we can help both men and women achieve this goal.
When it comes to a man’s jawline, he’ll tend to have a more acute gonial angle at 110 to 115 degrees. The body of their mandible tends to be high and the rami of the mandible is broad, which is what attributes to the vertical frontal projection appearance. A man’s chin is usually more projected and defined.
How Age Can Change the Jawline
Vertical height can be lost along the body of the mandible as we age. This is due to the loss of bone that can affect our jaws later on in life. If you’ve suffered from tooth loss, the jawbone tends to degrade faster.
When the angle of the jaw starts to blunt, it can lead to what we call a curvilinear jawline. The male chin can narrow over time, whereas a woman’s chin may widen. The gonial notch can also deepen, which can create the appearance of an uneven jaw. As the muscles and skin of the face lose some of their strength and elasticity, jowls can develop and facial skin can drop into and affect the appearance of the neck.
How We Correct These Issues
ReJAWvenation is one of our specialties. It was developed by expertly pairing different treatments together for results that will blow you away. This treatment helps by supporting the soft tissues of the lower face and restoring structure to replace the bone loss that can plague us later on in life.
Fillers are used to fill in that troublesome gonial notch and strategically placed along the mandible’s inferior border. They can also be used in other key areas of the face. Have you lost your gonial angle? We can recreate it. We use the lower part of the jowl as the new baseline, and camouflage the jowl by using fillers.
What About the Chin?
When it comes to your chin, we can correct your concerns according to the feminine or masculine look you desire.
How Long Does It Take?
All this sounds complicated, and even though it’s a process that takes a lot of skill and expertise to carry out, we can get it done in 10 to 15 minutes. The best part is you can expect to return right back to your daily routine after treatment.
Overall, you can expect to see an improvement in your jawline, chin, jowls, and even your upper neck.
Comparing ReJAWvenation to Facelifts
Facelifts can certainly be effective, but would you like to know one thing facelifts typically don’t address? Jawline volume. Want to know something reJAWventation can address? That’s right, jawline volume.
Facelifts usually have to either tack on an additional fat grafting treatment after surgery or use fillers to address the volume of the patient’s jawline. ReJAWvenation, on the other hand, covers this and many other concerns in a simple, comprehensive treatment.
Our Other Signature Treatments
ReJAWventation isn’t our only signature treatment. We also offer treatments for the neck area we fittingly call “TriNeckTa,” as well as “All Smiles,” for the mouth.
Since the neck is usually exposed to plenty of sunlight along with the face, that’s one area of the body where skin can age quickly. We have developed a comprehensive treatment plan for the neck and face, all while keeping our minimally invasive mindset.
What TriNeckTa Can Treat
The pull of gravity, as well as the gradual loss of elastin and collagen levels, takes its toll on the skin of your neck. We can help support your skin through the use of radiofrequency, which not only helps increase your collagen and elastin levels but tightens your skin at the same time.
Lost volume is often discussed when it comes to the face, but it can affect the neck too. Our team has the experience and precision to safely use collagen-stimulating fillers or hyaluronic acid fillers to help build up the neck’s lost volume and address wrinkles and lines.
UV damage and aging can both lead to hyperpigmentation. Some patients also are dealing with poikiloderma, which leads to red patches in certain areas of the neck or face. We have a range of lasers and skincare products to address these issues. When you come in to visit us, we’ll take a look at your needs and let you know which laser would do the best job for you.
Hyperactive or Hypertrophic Platysma
The platysma muscle may strengthen with age, and when that happens it can contribute to a sagging jawline, neck bands, and even some skin laxity around the corners of your mouth. Our team can strategically place neuromodulators into the platysma. This, in turn, can improve the appearance of the neck and the jawline at the same time.
Fat along the jawline can create what’s known as jowls, whereas accumulation under the chin can lead to the appearance of a double chin. We have a range of treatment options to reduce the appearance of fat in both of these areas.
In addition to the treatments we provide, ask us for skincare tips! We’d be happy to point you towards resources to encourage the longevity of your results and the health of your skin.
Some of the first fine lines you’ll notice often appear around the mouth. We call this treatment “All Smiles” because we want all our patients to be thrilled and smiling with their results when they leave our office.
For the mouth, we believe in using fillers that can do their job without messing with your natural movement or expressions. Refyne and Defyne are flexible fillers that move with you instead of stiffening you. Now you can have your laugh lines treated without being stuck with a poker face.
Our Team Has the Experience To Help You
We want you to be confident in the care you receive, which is why our team members have extensive knowledge, years of experience, and the compassion needed to put their all into each and every service we provide. If you’re ready to learn more about our range of treatment options, contact us at The Aesthetic Clinique in Santa Rosa Beach, FL, today for your consultation!