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Facial contours

We can add balance, re-proportion and sculpt your features using these non surgical techniques.

Cheek enhancement

Many individuals desire to have fuller, more appealing cheek structure or wish to correct gaunt, sunken cheeks. The cheek bone area is a key treatment zone for many individuals who are seeking a lift in one of several aspects of the face. Over time, skeletal changes, fat loss and collagen depletion will flatten the cheeks. This can accentuate sagging in many areas of the face like the hollows under the eyes, the jowls and a downward turn of the lips.

Nose reshaping

Many individuals are also concerned about the contour or imperfections of their noses. The procedure is sometimes called the 15 minute nose job or non-surgical rhinoplasty. In the first step, we apply a topical numbing cream or anesthetic. After the area to be treated is numbed, advanced dermal fillers are applied to fill in depressions, smooth out sharp angles, and perhaps to change the angle of the tip of the nose.

The procedure is designed to restore the desired facial symmetry and to make the nose contour more appealing. Since you are awake, you may interact with us with the goal of achieving your desired results. While the procedure won’t reduce bumps in the nose, it can effectively mask the bump, so that in many instances, a bump is not noticeable or visible.

Chin Enhancement

Over time, the chin of some individuals lose their definition as skeletal recession and facial atrophy takes its toll. A weak or under formed chin may also be hereditary. A weak chin can play an important role in diminishing a person’s overall appearance and stature. If a receding chin is accompanied by jowls, then lifting the jowls will give the lower face better balance, diminishing the appearance of a weak or under formed chin.

Jowls

The prejowl sulcus is a hollowing of an area on either side of the chin that is accentuated by the formation of jowls. This condition occurs in many individuals due to skeletal volume loss and facial atrophy, as part of the aging process, Jowls form as facial features as facial features begin to sag. The first method we use is to fill the sunken prejowl sulcus area with advanced dermal fillers.

See below Renew’s treatment choices to address facial contouring.