Think of the faces of stars like John Abraham, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Deepika Padukone, Kangana Ranaut, Tom Cruise, Akshay Kumar, and Kareena Kapoor. What prominent feature do they all share? Besides their striking eyes and amazing bodies, each of them possesses a strong, well-defined jawline.
It’s well-known fact that a strong jawline defines the face more than any other feature. A well-defined jawline will give anyone, male or female, an undeniable attractiveness. For many, a prominent jawline is considered a major aspect of beauty.
Men and women who do not have a chiselled jawline may be more self-conscious about their appearance, and some are in fact open to getting their jawline enhanced through a special procedure. When done by an expert cosmetologist, this can be a relatively simple process. Those looking to make a career in the entertainment industry are the most common patients for these types of cosmetic procedures; they can certainly make models and actors look more photogenic.
Today, there are both surgical and non-surgical options available for jawline correction. It can be done through cosmetic surgery or by using Botulinum toxin and fillers like Juvederm for those who prefer to avoid surgery.
The anatomy of the jawline
The chin, the middle part of the jaw and the angular area comprise the three dimensions of the jawline. A procedure to make it look more pronounced and refined should address all three areas.
Some people may have a sagging chin that gives the appearance of a double chin, while in others, the middle and latter part of the jaw may be too sharp and lacking in definition. Together, all the components of the jawline will be taken into account when undertaking a corrective procedure.
Surgical correction of the jawline: For people who are open to undergoing a surgical procedure, the surgeon will insert implants into the required areas to produce a more pronounced result. The more symmetrical the face, the more attractive it appears. Jawline augmentation achieves a facial balance.
Injectables: Not everyone is comfortable with the idea of going under the knife. For those who aren’t, experts today use non-invasive methods to achieve the desired results. A combination of Botox and fillers like Juvederm can be used effectively to achieve a jawline correction. At the same time, the loosening and sagging skin of the lower jaw and neck can be pulled up together by narrowing the muscle activity of the area using Botox. This will result in a better defined jaw. – Dr Simal Soin, dermatologist, Delhi