Coolscupting: Jaw reduction (or ultrasound USRF non-surgery/chin filler).
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So many options--VASER/thermi, kybella for jaw reduction, fillers for chin
I recommend getting a formal evaluation to find out what procedures would give you the best outcome. I agree that using fillers in the chin is a great way to try out the look before getting implants. Jaw reduction by ultrasound won't reduce fat, it will only tighten the skin. I suggest VASER/thermi combination in younger patients or considering kybella as a non-invasive option. See an expert. Best, Dr. Emer.
Coolsculpting for a double chin
Unfortunately, without seeing you in person, it would be nearly impossible to give you an honest or worthwhile recommendation of what to do. Coolsculpting is great for the 'double chin' area of fat. We have had great results with refining the area under the chin as well as along the jawline. For the best possible answer for you, I would really encourage you to have a consultation with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon that can discuss all of your concerns and goals. Good luck!
Improving jawline with Coolsculpting
There will be no affect on the jaw bone with this procedure. It will slim the excessive fat tissue in this area and contour the jawline. It is a better choice than using Ulthera for this area. Chin improvement can be obtained using fillers in most people
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