Dr Martin Kinsella: The Master of Jawlines

Dr Martin Kinsella: The Master of Jawlines

If a sagging jawline, drooping cheeks or a disproportionate chin are affecting your confidence, it might be time for you to look into jawline filler procedures.

Love Island’s Zara McDermott was recently in the news after revealing she had undergone a a jawline filler procedure to correct asymmetry that had always caused her insecurity. If, like Zara, your jawline is making you unhappy with your appearance, Re-Enhance has the solution.

Dr Martin Kinsella, our practice leader, is a specialist in non-surgical enhancements for the chin and jawline area, creating masterful and beautiful results every time.

How To Get The Jawline You’ve Always Wanted

As with any treatment we carry out at Re-Enhance, it is important to tailor your dermal filler procedure to you. The type of filler you receive will be determined by the kind of results you are looking for, as well as expert advice from Dr Kinsella about your skin type, age, and face shape.

Dr Martin Kinsella Before & After master of jawlines

At Re-Enhance, we use high-quality dermal fillers to shape and boost the jawline. The fillers we offer for treating the jaw area are Restylane Defyne, Restylane Refyne and Juvederm. Restylane Defyne is a firmer gel product, making it ideal for plumping and boosting the jaw area. It is also sometimes used to treat deeper laugh lines around the mouth, and has a 95% “Worth It” rating on realself.com. Restylane Refyne is a more flexible type of filler, often used to improve finer and more shallow lines, with a 97% “Worth It” rating on realself. Both our Restylane fillers are proven to maintain natural facial movement. Juvederm is a similar product to Restylane, as both are Hyaluronic acid-based fillers. Juvederm reported that 97% of their patients noticed “improved” or “very improved” results immediately after treatment with Juvederm.

How Does Dr Kinsella Decide How To Administer The Filler?

The amount of filler and where it is placed depends on the individual, their face shape, age, and Dr Kinsella’s expert opinion on what will work best for you.

For best results – although Dr Kinsella will tailor all filler procedures to you specifically – we generally recommend you go for a top up treatment after 4 weeks to maintain your new jawline, otherwise the filler may dissolve.

How Can The Results Be Prolonged?

Results of dermal filler procedures usually last for 12-18 months, but in order to prolong your results, other treatments can be undertaken.

Skin tightening and contouring treatments are a fantastic way to keep your new jawline looking its best. Using radiofrequency and light energies, skin tightening treatments at Re-Enhance gently heat the tissue around the jawline, stimulating natural collagen production, which then firms and lifts the skin, as well as reducing fine lines and smoothing the texture of surface skin. This firming and lifting effect can help to enhance and prolong your new jawline shape.

What Are The Benefits Of Jaw Line Fillers?

By carefully injecting dermal fillers into certain areas in the jawline, cheeks and chin, Dr Kinsella can create beautiful, youthful and natural-looking results, including a sharper jawline, lifted cheeks and more defined cheekbones.

Dr Martin Kinsella before and after Lauren Simon

Why You Should Come To Re-Enhance?

At Re-Enhance, we boast a fantastic team of expert doctors and medical professionals to ensure your jawline procedure is made as safe, easy and comfortable as possible. Led by Dr Martin Kinsella, one of the most sought-after aesthetic doctors in the country, we pride ourselves on offering the highest quality treatments, as well as a friendly and welcoming atmosphere to help change the lives of our clients for the better.

So if you’ve been thinking about how to improve your jawline, think no more! Read some of our glowing testimonials and contact us at Re-Enhance and see what Dr Martin Kinsella: The Master of Jawlines can do to make you feel like your best self again.

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