The longevity of chin filler can vary, typically lasting 6 to 18 months. Factors influencing this duration include the type of fillers used, individual metabolism rates, and the volume of filler injected.
The experience of pain with chin fillers is subjective, but generally, it’s minimal. To enhance comfort, local anaesthesia or numbing cream is applied to the under chin area, reducing any discomfort during the injection of the dermal filler treatments.
Chin augmentation using filler involves careful injection of dermal fillers into targeted areas. This reshaping not only enhances the chin’s shape but can also address concerns like a dimpled chin or chin crease, improving overall facial symmetry.
Recovery time after receiving cosmetic fillers in the chin area is usually brief. Most individuals can return to their daily activities soon after, with any slight swelling or bruising typically fading within a few days.
For chin augmentation, the volume of filler used varies, often between 1-2 millilitres, depending on individual facial structure and desired results. This helps to sculpt the chin area, enhancing or softening the chin muscle and overall profile.
If you’re not satisfied with your new profile post-treatment, it’s possible to reverse the effects of chin fillers. They can be dissolved with a specific enzyme, allowing for modification or complete removal of the filler, providing flexibility in cosmetic treatments.