I’m a 37 year old male. There’s one thing that bothers me about my face, which is that my jawline looks kind of soft and shapeless. I’m probably exaggerating a little, but I do notice that it doesn’t look as good compared with other guys, and I think it makes a big difference in a person’s appearance. What can I do to improve my jawline?
A well-defined jawline is considered to be a feature of the ideal male face. Many factors contribute to the appearance of our jawline, such as heredity, the foods that we eat, structures in this area (such as fat, muscles, and salivary glands), and age. Therefore, we often use a multifaceted approach to improve jawline definition that may include dermal filler, Kybella to reduce fat deposits, neurotoxins, energy devices such as the Scarlet SRF for tightening, and optimizing nutrition. Most of these treatments involve zero or minimal visible healing. A personalized consult would help to determine what procedures would be most effective for you.