Jawline Contouring, Texas Face and Masculook
A better definition of the jaw by thehyaluronic acid may be appreciable in young patients or during the onset of facial aging.
In young patients, the principle is to better define the contour of the face by accentuating the lower contours to give a more masculine appearance to the face.
Over time, the demarcation between the neck and the chin fades, the shape of the face evolves, the jaw line fades.
To correct these effects, Jawline Contouring is a new non-surgical aesthetic technique that hides these first effects of aging.
The Texas Face, or Texas Jaw, or Masculook, refer to the same treatment, whose often cited reference models are Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who both have a strong and angular jaw.
For men as well as for women
This intervention concerns both men and women, with different objectives.
We will look for a more virile impact for the man by widening the jaw, with a square chin and a mandibular angle remodeled into a right angle.
For women, giving more angle to a clear jawline or a better projection to the chin, we will obtain a better defined and more elegant face.
The aesthetic technique of Jawline Contouring
This is a particular technique based on injections of hyaluronic acid.
Hyaluronic acid is a substance naturally present in the dermis and epidermis of the skin, which keeps the dermis hydrated and gives the skin a youthful glow. Most patients tolerate the injections well, which are painless thanks to the use of local anesthetics.
To better balance the face by looking for better proportions, Dr Christophe Desouches, specialist in respecting the proportions of the face and hyaluronic acid injections, redraws the curves of the oval while respecting its natural shape.
The desired result must be natural and visible.
The resulting impact will then be particularly spectacular.
It lasts between 12 months and 18 months.
They are few:
- Autoimmune diseases.
- Known hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid.
- Pregnancy and lactation.
- Infectious problems at injection sites (Herpes, Acne).
They are limited:
- Edema, redness for a few days
- Injection site hematoma