Jawline Correction & Enhancement

One of the biggest complaints when it comes to facial ageing is an undefined jawline, sagging neck and jowls.

The jawline and chin play an essential role in the overall facial shape, and with the correct treatment, we can provide you with a refreshed, youthful appearance. Over time, soft tissue in the midface drops causing jowls as well as lines from the nose to the mouth. Also, our jaw begins to recede and shrink.

We have several non-invasive treatments to help you maintain your jawline, tighten your neck and improve the proportions of your chin for a more youthful appearance.

Dermal Filler

Dermal filler is ideal for those concerned about the shape of their chin or jawline. It will provide you with a strong jawline helping to define the chin and reduce the appearance of jowls.

Dermal fillers can be injected into the chin to lengthen it to achieve the perfect proportion. It can also move the chin forwards or downwards to create the ideal ratio between the nose, lips and chin. Fillers will also smooth folds and wrinkles giving a more youthful appearance.

Silhouette Soft Threadlift

Dubbed as a ‘one stitch facelift,’ the Silhouette Soft Threadlift provides a refined jawline, improved skin laxity and immediate results that last. It’s a technological innovation that will lift the skin of the face and neck, previously only achieved by invasive surgery.

The procedure can be used to lift any part of the face, including the forehead, cheeks, jowls, jawline and neck. The results are expected to last around 12-18 months, and there’s minimal downtime.


As we age, the skin in our necks becomes one of the most obvious signs of ageing. NeckTite uses Radiofrequency technology to provide dramatic contouring, eradicating sagging neck skin and reducing the appearance of a double chin.

NeckTite combines subtle liposuction and radiofrequency assisted skin tightening carried out under a local anaesthetic by one of our NeckTite specialists. You will see a continual and gradual improvement for up to 18 months after your treatment.