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Jawline fillers are brilliant for improving definition, create sharper contours, improve jowls and sagging, balance your facial features, widen a narrow face, or elongate a short face.

Loss of definition between the lower face and neck can make the lower face appear heavier than it is.

This can be due to strong neck muscles pulling the skin along the jawline down, excess fat or tissue in the area or a receding chin. Often it is a combination.

Jawline fillers are often used in combination with chin fillers. You would need to come in for a consultation for us to fully assess your face and recommend the best treatment option.

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45 mins


12-18 months

no. of sessions



very minimal


Please see our most commonly asked questions below

What kind of results can be achieved?
For some people, due to genetics, ageing or weight gain, you’ll lose definition between the jawline and the neck, almost causing a continuation between the two. Patients often describe this as feeling like their face blends into their neck. This is something you would usually notice more from your ¾ or side profile. Jawline filler can create a nice definition (or almost think of it as a shelf) between the face and neck. The filler can make the jawline look a lot sharper and more defined. Jawline fillers are often used in conjunction with chin fillers. You have to imagine that the lower face is like a hammock and if the chin and jawline are weaker, this area is left to ‘hang’ and can cause heaviness and the continuation between the face and neck. One end of this hammock is the chin and the other end is the angle of the jawline. We use fillers to support these areas to ‘tighten’ the hammock to bring back definition to the lower face. A combination of fillers is something that would be discussed in your consultation as we would need to do a thorough analysis of your face before we could decide the best treatment options. We can use jawline fillers to improve the proportions of the lower face, for example widen a very narrow face or elongate a very short face. Many people worry that jawline filler will make their face look more masculine; however, you should not have this problem if the filler is injected well. When the filler breaks down after 12-18 months, it won’t cause any loose skin. If anything, it stimulates collagen and we often find it slows down the ageing process.
Who is this treatment suitable and not suitable for?
Many people often want to know if jawline filler can help remove a double chin. A double chin is not always due to fat. Sometimes it is due to skin laxity and not having enough structural support in the lower face. A combination of chin and jawline fillers can be brilliant to bring support to the two ends of the ‘hammock’ and bring definition back to the lower face and help disguise the double chin. Jawline filler can also be brilliant for facial balancing the front profile and making the face more in proportion. If someone has a very narrow lower face, sometimes you want to widen the jawline (very few people are suitable for this) to balance the face. One of the key things to think about before getting jawline filler is if you are near your ideal weight or not. If you’ve gained a lot of weight or carry a lot of excess weight in your jawline, filler may not be the best option for you. Firstly you wouldn’t see as much definition from the filler and it would be harder for you to get the results you desire. Secondly, you would need a lot more filler. The average amount of filler we use in the jawline is 3mls. We advise you get closer to your ideal weight before you consider getting it done for this reason. You also may not be a good candidate for jawline filler if you have very loose skin that has lost elasticity as it does not hold filler in place. The filler is placed relatively close to the skin and will not give you the desired results. Some alternative treatments are face tightening, such as Morpheus 8 treatment to tighten the skin as a first option. If you have a history of anaphylaxis or allergy to wasp stings, fillers may not be suitable for you. This is because you are likely to be allergic to the filler dissolving enzyme. We always have to ensure we are able to dissolve the filler in an emergency (see below for risks and side effects).
How long does it last?
On average jawline filler will last for 12-18 months. However, this is an average time and for some people, the filler may dissolve more quickly because of their metabolism and for some people it may last longer. We find that with subsequent treatments, the results often last longer. After the first 2 sessions, you may find you do not need to come back for a couple of years. Please remember, most people need lower amounts of filler in subsequent sessions for the jawline.
What is the recovery/downtime?
The downtime for jawline fillers is minimal as it is mostly carried out with a cannula which is a blunt tipped instrument that looks like a needle but is not. There can be one week of mild bruising and swelling after jawline filler but you are able to go to social events the same day. We advise you not to wear makeup for the first 4 hours and avoid intense exercise for the first 5 days. Please see the aftercare section for more details
What are the side effects and risks?
Like all medical treatments, there are side effects and risks. Swelling and bruising are to be expected, as is some discomfort. It is also normal to have subtle bumps and irregularities when you first get fillers done, most of this is swelling and will resolve. It is important to follow the aftercare to minimise migration risk and ensure the results last as long as possible. Symmetry can be very difficult to achieve if there was asymmetry to begin with. If you have a history of cold sores, any needles to the face can trigger a breakout of it. So please inform us in advance if you have had any cold sores in the past year. There is a very small risk of filler entering a blood vessel and blocking off the blood supply to the skin. This is called a vascular occlusion. As a medical clinic, we have all the equipment and enzymes available to reverse this and dissolve the filler. It is a condition that either happens during the appointment or in the first 48 hours after. We give extensive aftercare advice and are available to get in touch within this period to dissolve it. We have also reviewed every single treatment we carry out in clinic to modify the techniques to minimise the risk.
How painful is the treatment?
There is very minimal pain for jawline filler and numbing cream usually isn’t needed. If you are apprehensive about pain or have a low threshold to pain, please ensure you take 1g of Paracetamol 1 hour before the procedure and inform the clinician so we can use numbing cream.
The appointment is 45 minutes long but the treatment itself takes 10-15 mins. If you have filler in multiple areas, the appointment will be longer. At No Filter Clinic we take our time assessing patients thoroughly, both at rest and with facial expressions so we can ensure the results integrate seamlessly with your features and your muscle movements. Our priority is to also ensure the treatment is safe and carried out to the highest standard.
No. of sessions
We are usually able to achieve the desired result in one session. We never like to inject more than what we think is suitable for your face and anatomy as this leads to a risk of it looking fake or migrating to other areas as there is only so much the skin can stretch. If you need further volume we normally recommend you come back after 1 month for a second treatment.
How will I look straight after?
You will be able to see the results of the jawline filler immediately. You may have some swelling and bruising but this will subside within 2 weeks. You can attend events the same day but must follow the aftercare rules.
How is it done?
We initially undertake a thorough assessment of your whole face to see if the treatment is suitable for you and explain the extent of the possible result. We then disinfect the area and mark out the areas for injection. We use a firm filler that lasts 12-18 months. We use a cannula for the majority of the procedure which is a blunt tip instrument that looks like a needle. It is inserted through a hole created by a needle in the jawline so there is just one entry point. As it is blunt there is minimal bruising or swelling and it is also much safer for patients as there is lower risk of filler entering a blood vessel.
Can it be reversed?
At No Filter Clinic London, we only use fully reversible fillers. This is because they are safer than permanent fillers and we can dissolve them in the case of an emergency (Vascular occlusion) and if for whatever reason you are not happy with the result. This gives fillers a significant advantage over surgery as they are not permanent. This does not mean you should get fillers just to try them out as the dissolving is not a simple procedure. You should only get fillers done if you have researched them thoroughly, feel comfortable getting the procedure done and are happy accepting the small risks and side effects which are all manageable. If you have a history of anaphylaxis or allergy to wasp stings, fillers may not be suitable for you. This is because you are likely to be allergic to the filler dissolving enzyme (Hyaluronidase). We always have to ensure we can dissolve the filler in an emergency (see risks and side effects).
What is the aftercare?
We send a thorough aftercare email to all our patients but please find a summary below.

What to do after treatment

Get some Arnica tablets from any pharmacy, this helps with bruising and swelling. Please do not wear make-up for 4 hours after treatment. In the evening of the treatment, you may gently wash your face and use your regular wash and lotions. Please skip any retinols or acids for the first night. Do not sleep with pressure on the face and try to sleep on your back for 1 week.

If you are uncomfortable with the swelling, please take Loratadine/Cetirizine (normally used for hayfever) to help decrease this. If there is excessive swelling you may contact the clinic to obtain a prescription for steroids to help resolve your inflammation more quickly; prescriptions drugs are not appropriate if the degree is swelling is within normal parameters. Aside from this, there is, unfortunately, no quicker way to resolve swelling as it is a normal bodily reaction to trauma. Wash your face very carefully, applying no pressure to areas treated for 4 weeks.

What NOT to do after treatment

- No strenuous exercise or gardening for at least 1 week.
- Do not massage the area treated for the first 4 weeks following treatment.
- No facials or waxing for the first 2 weeks.
- Do not take aspirin, ibuprofen or other anti-inflammatory medication for 24 hours after treatment as this may increase bruising. You may take paracetamol or codeine if you are uncomfortable.
- Do not consume alcohol for 24 hours after receiving treatment. This increases the risk of bruising.
- Do not have a sauna, hot tub or go in a tanning booth for 2 weeks after treatment.
- Do not have radiofrequency, IPL, laser or any other heat treatments near the treated area for 2 weeks.
How many mls do I need?
An average amount for jawline fillers is 3 mls.
Which fillers do you use?
We use all the premium brands available. We use a mixture of Teoxane RHA4/Ultradeep, Stylage XXL, and Juvederm Voluma/Volux depending on the patient and their individual need. We only ever used hyaluronic acid based fillers as they are fully reversible. This is essential for your safety.
How do I prepare before the appt?
Before your Appointment

1. Please stop using topical Retinols, Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acids, Salicylic Acid and Tretinoin 5 days before your treatment. This will minimise pain and bruising. However, if you have been using these for a long time and your skin is likely to flare up without them, you do not need to stop them. If you are on Roaccutane, please get in touch before your appointment so we can discuss it and give individual advice.

2. Please stop using any Vitamin E supplements and Ibuprofen/Neurofen 5 days before your treatment. Please do not stop using any Aspirin (or any other medication) prescribed by your GP.

3. Laser treatments for the face, microneedling and chemical peels have to be avoided 1 week before and after the treatment.

4. Please do not drink alcohol 24 hours before and after the procedure.

5. Make sure you eat something before your appointment and are well hydrated. This prevents feeling lightheaded during the procedure.

6. It is advisable to take 1 g of Paracetamol (2 tablets) 30 mins - 1 hour before your appointment as it will significantly reduce any discomfort during the procedure.

7. Please attend the appointment alone. There is limited space in the clinic and anybody with you will be asked to wait outside the building.

8. Please come to the appointment with makeup removed and minimal jewellery.

9. Please note, we are not able to carry out any Dermal Filler treatments if you are due to fly in the next 3 days. This is because of the small risk of vascular occlusion in the first 48 hours. Wrinkle relaxing injections, Profhilo and Aqualyx are fine.
How does the pricing work?
There are different pricing structures. Please see price list for more information.


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