Jaw Filler

Jaw Filler

Jaw filler injection
Fillers are gels that are injected into the skin and increase the volume and stimulate the production of collagen or hyaluronic acid. This can affect the sagging, asymmetry and beauty of the jaw and face.

Jaw filler can be used for the following:

Eliminate the effects of sagging skin on the jaw due to aging

Create a beautiful and prominent jawline

Reduced appearance of protruding jaw bones in people with very thin faces

Jaw line symmetry on both sides of the face

Creating a protruding chin

 Filler is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that should only be performed by a specialist or dermatologist or plastic surgeon.

What is the shelf life of the jaw filler?

The results of the jaw filler are immediately visible.

Individual results vary, but for many people, it may last up to 2 years.

You can help keep fillers alive by following these tips:

Avoid UV rays and protect the skin from the sun with sunscreen

Moisturize your skin regularly

Keep your skin hydrated by drinking plenty of water

Eat a healthy diet

Reducing stress

Do jaw fillers hurt?

The pain can be mental and some people may feel more uncomfortable when injecting a jaw filler than others.

Before receiving any filler injections, your doctor may anesthetize the area with a topical cream or other type of local anesthetic.

You may feel some pain or discomfort at the injection site after the anesthetic cream wears off. This pain should not last more than 1 day.

Before injecting the filler

Tell your doctor about any medications or supplements you are currently taking.

Stop taking blood thinners, over-the-counter painkillers, vitamin E and garlic.

Avoid drinking alcohol.

Stop any topical skin treatments containing glycolic acid, retinols or retinoids a few days before the injection.

During this period, do not use any products to remove excess hair, including tweezers.

During filler injection

The doctor numbs the injection site.

After anesthesia, a small amount of filler gel is strategically injected at several sites along the mandible. A cannula may be used to help guide the filler inward.

Your doctor should evaluate the results of each injection slowly and continuously during treatment.

This process takes about 30 minutes from start to finish.

after surgery

You may notice some bruising or swelling after the injection.

You can also use an ice pack immediately after treatment and if necessary.


You can return to work or normal activities immediately after the jaw filler injection.

Do not try to cover redness or swelling after surgery with makeup.

Avoid strenuous exercise.

Do not drink alcohol

Avoid exposure to strong sunlight.

Side effects of jaw fillers

Temporary discomfort




It is very important to seek these services in a safe center and by an experienced specialist so that you do not experience the possibility of serious complications due to injections into the arteries or nerves of the face.