Jawline Filler London

Over-activity of the jaw muscle, the Masseter, can lead to a square-looking jaw line. This characteristic can be attractive in males, however, in females, a more softer and oval face shape is often desired.

Constant gum chewing, teeth grinding and a condition called Bruxism can overuse the jaw muscles. The jaw muscles can become enlarged as a result giving the jaw a much wider appearance. Jaw Reduction treatment in non-surgical and has changed the way we can sculpt the lower half of the face.

The Non-surgical jaw reduction treatment has revolutionised cosmetic sculpting of the lower face. It has bypassed the need for surgery, prolonged recovery times and asymmetrical results.

Non-surgical jaw reduction includes 2-3 simple and painless Botox injections into the masseter muscle on either side of the face. This causes the jaw muscle to weaken over the next few days resulting in a reduction of its size. Please Note: A £35.00 Prescription Consultation is payable in addition to the service charge.


*Treatments are bespoke for every individual and results may vary.


Jawline Filler London

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Jaw Reduction FAQ

1. What is a square jaw?
A square jaw can be described as to when the lower one-third of the face is wide giving a square-like appearance. This can give a masculine appearance in females or distort facial harmony and symmetry in males and females.
2. What causes widening of the jaw?
This can be due to the mandible (jaw bone) or masseter (jaw muscle).
The mandible (jaw bone) may be enlarged due to developmental or congenital problems.
The masseter (jaw muscle) may be enlarged due to over exercising of the muscle such as excess chewing or excess grinding of the teeth (a condition called bruxism)
3. Who would be suitable for non-surgical jaw reduction?
A good candidate for non-surgical jaw reduction would be one who has a wide jaw due to an over developed masseter muscle usually due to overuse of the muscle
4. What is non-surgical jaw reduction?
This involves the injection of a natural toxin into the masseter (jaw muscle) on each side of the face. The toxin causes a relaxing effect of the muscle preventing over activity. In time the muscle becomes smaller as it is not being exercised as much.
5. What are facial fillers?
Facial fillers are widely used for the treatment of frown lines, forehead creases and crow’s feet near the eyes, in men and women. It has been used safely for 25 years. It is a natural purified protein whose role is to temporarily block the release of acetylcholine; the chemical responsible for transmission between the nerve endings and muscle. This causes relaxation of the overactive muscles.
6. What is the recovery time?
There is no downtime as there is no pain, swelling or bruising. The procedure itself takes 5 minutes and patients are able to return to work or drive home afterwards, varying from person to person.
7. Are there any aftercare instructions?
These are given at the end of the treatment. Patients are asked not to rub or massage the treated area for 6 hours after treatment to prevent spreading of the face filler
8. When is improvement seen?
The improvement is seen gradually over a period of weeks. The effect can be seen at 3 weeks and generally peaks at 8 to 10 weeks. There are some reports of effects lasting up to one year. Regular treatments every 6 months can lead to better and longer lasting results as the muscle becomes less active and therefore smaller in size, varying from person to person