Male Jawline Filler and the Quest for a Chiseled Jaw

Posted March 04, 2022
Learn how to get a chiseled jawline

Women account for over 90\\% of the cosmetic procedures performed in the United States each year. However, as societal norms continue to shift, it’s becoming more and more acceptable for men to also have cosmetic work done. One of the procedures that has increased in popularity with men in recent years is Male Jawline Filler, a procedure that adds contour to the jawline and gives men the chiseled look they may be missing.

So what does this procedure entail, and why are so many men seeking it out? In this article, we’ll explore everything you need to know about Male Jawline Filler. You can also check out this video where we speak about this procedure with Dr. Rosenberg, a leading cosmetic surgeon in Beverly Hills. 

What Does Male Jawline Filler Do?

One of the physical attributes most often associated with men who are aesthetically pleasing (by modern society’s standards, at least) is having a chiseled jaw. However, most of us simply aren’t born with a jawline that rivals that of Brad Pitt, Hugh Jackman, or any of the other leading men in Hollywood. While certain physical characteristics can be altered naturally, there are some attributes that sometimes need the additional help of a medical professional to be achieved. The jawline is one of those characteristics, and getting a chiseled jawline may require the use of Male Jawline Filler.

How Does it Work?

A Male Jawline Filler Procedure takes approximately 30-45 minutes, depending on the treatment. It is fairly straightforward, and can be broken down into 4 steps.

  1. Numbing - Using a compounded lidocaine cream, the practitioner will numb the area of the jaw so as to minimize any pain or discomfort felt during the procedure.
  2. Determine the Entry Point - Based on the area being enhanced and the length of the needle being used, the practitioner will estimate the entry point of the filler.
  3. Use Syringe to Inject the Filler - Once the proper entry point is determined, the practitioner will then begin injecting the filler into the jawline. The first syringe is injected superficially, meaning that it will barely pass the skin. The subsequent syringes are injected deeper into the muscle, right above the jawbone. The deeper passes are a bit more painful than the superficial ones, and a bit of discomfort is to be expected. Just how many syringes you need varies depending on your specific goals.
  4. Create Focal Areas for Optimal Definition - The last step involves injecting the filler perpendicular into the skin in targeted areas so as to create the best jaw definition possible.

When Will I See Results and How Long Do They Last?

Results should be visible and apparent immediately after the procedure, and they will continue to improve once any swelling subsides. Ideally, the results should also be quite subtle - yet noticeable. It’s a delicate thing to balance, so choosing a surgeon who is highly skilled in this procedure is important in order to have results that look natural.

How long the fillers last varies from person to person, but as a general rule, it’s recommended to return for followup treatments every 9-12 months or so. You can also help extend the life of your filler by taking proper care of your skin by avoiding extended sun exposure, moisturizing daily, and keeping your skin healthy by staying hydrated.

How Much Does it Cost?

Prices will vary depending on several factors, such as the brand of the filler being used, your specific geographical location, and how many syringes you need specifically to achieve optimal results. Prices typically cost somewhere between $600 and $800 per syringe.

Recovery Process and Potential Side Effects

The recovery process is very mild, and you are able to resume normal activities immediately following the procedure. You may experience some mild swelling or bruising, which can be treated by applying ice to your jaw should this occur.

Other side effects may include temporary discomfort, itching, and acne. More complicated side effects are very rare, and include the possibility of infection, inflammation, and skin lumps. If you experience any of these, it’s important to speak to your doctor right away.

If you or someone you know is interested in finding a way to achieve a more contoured, chiseled jawline, schedule a consultation with a plastic surgeon to see if Male Jawline Filler is right for you.

- BJ


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