The chin (chin) is an essential point to define the facial contour. When it is in the ideal proportion, which varies from patient to patient, it leaves the face more harmonious and provides youth. Some people are lucky enough to be born with it in perfect proportions in front of the rest of the face. Others have the chin too far in – this being the most common case – or farther out.
But the good news is that you can fix the disproportion, either through fillings from hyaluronic acid or Calcium Hydroxyapatite (Radiesse). These, yes, you’ve heard of lately. To better understand what can happen to the chin, Slim Laser has prepared this exclusive article. Read through to the end and see how affordable it is to make the change you seek!
For those who want to change their facial contours but are afraid to undergo a scalpel, there are less invasive methods, facial fillers, which also guarantee the perfect reshaping of the chin. However, unlike meatoplasty – which has a permanent effect – the filling is temporary and varies from 8 to 18 months, depending on the product used.
The treatment is done in the office itself, under local anesthesia, and does not require the patient to leave their duties after undergoing the procedure.
These fillers can round, project recessive profiles, correct asymmetries, stretch and hydrate the site, improving sagging through the stimulation of collagen and elastin. And the most positive point is that the result is immediate!
Step By Step Procedure
For correct chin filler (ฟิ ล เลอ ร์ คาง which is the term in Thai), hyaluronic acid arises. It is active produced naturally by the body and can be injected as its production decreases over the years. Immensely sought after by those who want to stimulate collagen production and fill some part of the face, such as the chin, for example. Looking for the right professionals, you don’t have to suffer from low self-esteem.
Who Can Do It?
Chin filling can only be performed by adults and with specialized supervision. In addition to the chin, other body areas can also be taken care of, such as static wrinkles and furrows, nose, lips, cheeks, dark circles, and mandibular contour. Consult the professional, describe your needs and see the best path to follow!