Have you ever wondered why this one pose is so sought after? One of the major reasons is that tilting your chin up helps the light to reflect off your face, making you look better by highlighting your best features. At the same time, this pose elongates the neck and adds definition to your jawline.

Since the chin sits at the center of the face, it is the pillar for your entire face. If the chin is not in proportion to the rest of the face, you will not look right, no matter the camera angle. For example, a large chin might make one look thuggish or fierce, while a small or sunken chin might make one look weak. Asymmetrical chins make the face look tilted and disproportionate. All these imperfections can be fixed by simple chin fillers.



Sculpting and optimizing the chin helps to create definition in the lower portion of the face, enhancing the rest of the features. This is a very important point: Chin fillers should be done while considering the rest of the jawline and the entire face. Chin fillers are not simply injections applied to an isolated area of the face.

Another factor to consider while doing chin fillers is the gender of the patient. As a rule of thumb, we should not make a female patient look masculine and vice versa.

Doctors should also consider the difference in patient ethnicities. In general, Caucasians have very different features compared to Asians, which means that what might look good on someone of Caucasian descent might not look good on an Asian, and vice versa.

It is also important to remember that while almost anyone get chin fillers, those under 21 will need parental consent.



Dermal HA Filler Voluma and Volux are hyaluronic acid fillers and are dissolvable. This has two benefits: Firstly, hyaluronic acid is a naturally produced substance in the body, so chances of rejection are close to zero. Secondly, if there is any issue with the fillers or if anything goes wrong, they can be dissolved and removed easily without any surgical intervention.



Another brand of filler that is similar to the Dermal HA Filler range is Defyne by TruLift HA filler. Defyne is similar to Volux and has similar results and longevity. Like Volux, Defyne is a hyaluronic acid filler that can be easily dissolved when necessary.



A different type of filler is CaHA Collagen bio-stimulator, developed by aesthetics company Merz Aesthetics. CaHA Collagen bio-stimulator is different from the aforementioned fillers, in the sense that it is not a hyaluronic acid filler. Rather, CaHA Collagen bio-stimulator is composed of calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA). CaHA stimulates both collagen and elastin production, two crucial components of our skin that we lose as we age. Upon injection, the CaHA gel matrix integrates into the skin and creates a “scaffold” for collage and elastin production.

As the gel carrier breaks down, it leaves behind an extensive network of collagen and elastin fibers, which helps to smoothen lines and promote renewed skin structure. Due in part to this unique effect, CaHA Collagen bio-stimulator lasts longer than hyaluronic acid fillers.



Depending on the person and type of fillers used, chin fillers can last for up to two years.

The procedure takes just 10 to 15 minutes. The procedure involves several injections through a needle or a cannula (blunt tipped needle). It is relatively painless and has little downtime. As with any injection, there may be slight swelling or bruising, but this will subside after a few hours.

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