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Jawline Contouring 

 

Jawline contouring is a minimally invasive procedure that can help give your jawline a more defined and sculpted appearance. Our team of experienced professionals use advanced techniques to reshape the jawline in order to create a more balanced and aesthetically pleasing profile. 

Define your look with jawline contouring - your jawline will never look better

 

Our jawline contouring filler is a safe and effective way to achieve a more sculpted and defined jawline. This professional filler is injected into the targeted areas to restore lost volume and improve the shape of the jawline.

 

Results are achieved quickly and can last up to 18 months. Our filler is made from hyaluronic acid, a natural substance found in the body that helps keep skin hydrated and smooth. With this filler, you can enjoy a more youthful and rejuvenated facial profile.

Experienced Aesthetic Practitioners 

Medical Grade Technology 

Suitable for all ages and Skin types 

Payment Plans and Finance Available 

Spread the cost of your treatment with Laybuy

 

We’re delighted to offer Laybuy as an easy way of paying for your treatment in instalments. Laybuy means you can spread the cost of your treatment over 3 to 6 weeks

At checkout you will have the option to pay with laybuy.

At M.D Aesthetics, we provide professional and bespoke treatments designed to improve and restore your skin. Our Jawline Filler treatment starts from £330 and we offer flexible payment and zero per cent finance, making it easy to spread the cost of your treatment.

Before treatment, we ask you to book an initial consultation so we can talk about what results you’d like to see and put together a bespoke treatment plan. Join us and awaken the beauty within.

1ml

Jawline Filler 

 

£330

Per Treatment 

Frequently asked Questions about Dermal Filler

Who can receive Dermal Fillers ?

 

The dermal fillers that are used by us have naturally-occurring ingredients such as hyaluronic acid. Those that have synthetic chemicals (Radiesse) have been thoroughly studied for safety and efficacy. Therefore, there is no need for allergy testing before dermal filler treatment (other than collagen) and most patients are excellent candidates for this cosmetic solution to aging and other facial concerns.

How do Dermal Fillers compare to Botox?

 

Botox and dermal fillers are all categorized as wrinkle-reducers. However, their action in dermal tissue is completely different. Botox is the wrinkle-reducer that is commonly used in the uppermost areas of the face, those that develop wrinkles as a result of facial movement.

 

Botox is ideal for these dynamic wrinkles because its action is to bind to nerve receptors in muscle tissue to prevent the uptake of specific chemicals that cause contraction. Dermal fillers, on the other hand, adhere to water molecules in the subcutaneous tissue beneath the epidermis to plump superficial layers of

the skin.

Can Dermal Fillers Be Dissolved If I Don’t Like the Results?

 

If you receive filler treatment with a hyaluronic acid product, such as Juvéderm, Restylane, or Belotero, you may have some or all of your filler dissolved if you are not completely satisfied with your results. Treatment to dissolve hyaluronic acid dermal fillers involves injections of an enzyme called hyaluronidase.

Can I Receive Dermal Filler Injections and Botox Injections at the Same Time?

 

Dermal fillers and Botox treatment can and often are administered during the same visit.This is  Because each product works differently in the skin, the two can be a powerful combination to achieve beautiful, natural-looking rejuvenation. 

Are There Any Risks to Dermal Filler Injections?

 

Dermal fillers are generally safe but as with any treatment, there are potential side effects. The risks include (but are not limited to): swelling, firmness, lumps, pain, redness, bruising, itching, and vascular compromise. This occurs in less than 1% of patients in our practice. Talk to your doctor about any medications you are taking as these can increase the risk of bleeding or infection. 

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