Why jawline enhancement?
Aging reduces our jawline definition due to skin sagging and drooping and fat accumulation. Jaw forms the shape of the face. Other than that, a defined and strong jawline and chin have very obvious effects on a person’s looks and significantly increases attractiveness. It can also tell about a person’s personality. For instance, a person’s strong chin and jaw might be a sign of his/ her strong character.
Some people have inherited a recessed chin, some have problems due to improper alignment of the teeth, which can also be corrected with braces or orthognathic surgery. People who do not have these problems usually have beauty concerns and are only looking to improve their looks by overcoming their weak jawline. In this case, they can undergo a jawline enhancement treatment.
A jawline is made of 3 main parts:
- Front of the jaw which is called the “chin”.
- Back of the jaw which is called ramus or angle of the jaw
- The middle of the jaw called body, which supports the teeth
There are two main types of jawline enhancement treatments:
- Surgical Jawline enhancement
- Non- surgical jawline enhancement
As for the sections of the jaw, a person might have a deficiency in one or more of those areas, so when deciding to undergo a jawline enhancement treatment, all of these must be taken into account in order for them to be in sync and harmony with each other.
Jawline enhancement is a popular procedure both for men and women
Now we’re going through each of the mentioned methods separately.