Jaw-Line Filler



Clients who are not happy with the look of their Jawline or Chin may wish to add definition to that area. Dermal fillers can provide a nonsurgical solution for Jawline and also add definition, symmetry, balance, or contour to this area, enhancing your profile.

Types of Dermal Fillers

There are different dermal fillers that enhance the appearance of the jawline. How jawline fillers work depends on the type:

  • Calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA): This mineral compound exists in your bones. As a jawline filler, you get an injection of CaHA mixed into a water-based gel. Collagen forms around the gel, adding fullness to your jawline and smoothing lines. Radiesse® is one type of CaHA filler.
  • Hyaluronic acid (HA): This naturally occurring body substance keeps your skin hydrated and full. You make less of this acid as you age, leading to fine lines and thinner, saggy skin. HA injections include Juvederm® and Restylane®. These dermal fillers plump up your jawline, smoothing wrinkles and fine lines.
  • Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA): These tiny collagen beads keep your skin looking fuller and firmer. It also contains bovine (cow) collagen. This semi-permanent filler can last for years, but often requires repeat injections to get the full effect. Bellafill® is one type of PMMA filler.


Over time, your body naturally breaks down and absorbs jawline fillers. How long they work depends on the filler type:

  • Calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) filler lasts for up to 12 months.
  • Hyaluronic acid filler lasts six to 12 months (and sometimes up to two years).
  • PMMA lasts five years.


Compared to more invasive cosmetic surgeries, jawline fillers offer:

  • Fast procedure and recovery with little, if any, missed work or activities.
  • Immediate results.
  • Minimal health risks.
  • Monetary savings (it’s less expensive than surgery).

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