Botox for Chin Dimples and Squareness? (Photo)
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Botox for chin dimples
Dimpling when smiling
Johnson C. Lee, MDPlastic Surgery
Nonsurgical recontouring of the chin
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Great question. You have beautiful features in your lower face. That being said, Botox and fillers can be used in combination to contour the chin. I often suggest patients consider trying out their "new" chin with injectables to see if they like the result before getting a more permanent chin implant. If they like how their chin looks after injection with fillers then they can consider an implant.
A small amount of Botox and Juvederm into the chin would help correct the wrinkles. This is an advanced technique to please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
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Botox for the chin and jawline
Thank you for your question KatieWrenBird. Botox is an outstanding treatment for various concerns in the face. A small amount of Botox can be used in the mentalis muscle on the chin to improve dimpling or an orange peel appearance that is sometimes seen there. When injected into the masseter muscle in the lower face, it can relax that muscle and decrease the volume there providing a heart shaped appearance to the face instead of a square shape. This is a larger muscle and higher doses are required here. Botox can also be used along the jawline in a treatment called the Nefertiti lift. The Botox is used to relax the platysma muscle in the neck which pulls down on the jawline. Fillers in the upper cheeks can be used for lifting and providing a youthful apple of the cheek; this also pulls the skin up and improves jawline definition and jowls. Please consult with a doctor for specific advice. Good luck!
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