does sculptra improve slight sagging jawline
Sculptra & Jawline
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Sculptra can improve jawline
Sculptra is a powerful volumizer. When volume is added to the face, it can "lift" the face. This can improve nasolabial lines, under eye bags, and jowls. Sculptra can also restore volume to the forehead and temples. In fact, anywhere volume is needed, sculptra can be used. I have even published my experience with sculptra in the breast to help reduce a visible breast implant after breast reconstruction. Because sculptra is difficult to work with, make sure to find a doctor experienced with it. Keep in mind, you will likely need about 3 treatments to get the final result that will last years.
Yes, Sculptra can absolutely be used to improve your jaw line
Yes, Sculptra can absolutely be used to improve your jaw line. Please make sure you go to an expert injector. You might also consider tightening treatments like the Ulthera, which also can help improve sagging skin around the jaw line.
Web reference: http://www.facialplastics.info
Sculptra to pull up jawline
In the right situation Sculptra can pull up the jawline somewhat by adding volume and filling areas above, causing a lift-like effect. Sometimes thin strands can be injected along jawline to decrase the look of the jowls but must be done carefully to avoid causing a heaviness to the area.
Web reference: http://brookwooddermatology.com
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Sculpta can help jawlines
Only if the sag is created by loss of volumn in the face or weakening of the jawline.
There a different reasons for weakening ot the jawline.
This can include changes in the teeth or temporal-mandibular joints, weight loss, and severe sundamage to the skin among others. Each requires a different approach.
Sculptra is NOT to be used in the lips or lower or upper lids. In these areas there is a high risk of adverse results.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.
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