Sagging Jowls

Sagging jawlines

A sagging jowl is the loose skin that hangs along the bottom of your lower jawline, and it is completely natural for sagging to occur in this area. 

Sagging jowls are often a sign of ageing, as your skin loses its elasticity the production of collagen is significantly decreased. It can make you lose definition in your face as well as making you look angry or upset on a permanent basis.

Using specialist anti-ageing products, living a healthy lifestyle and protecting your skin from sun damage can help delay the sagging and improve the health of your skin. 

If a sagging jawline is your main concern, then at DD Clinical, we offer a range of safe and effective treatments to help reduce the appearance of sagging jowls, leaving you with a beautifully refined jaw.

What causes sagging jowls?

Sagging jawlines are a sign of ageing and it is natural for sagging to occur in this area. Other factors that can attribute to the appearance of jowls include:

  • Sun damage
  • Genetics 
  • Lifestyle choices such as smoking

Non-invasive treatment for sagging jawlines

Regain your youthful facial definition with our non-surgical, yet highly effective treatment methods. Our team of specialists will discuss all the options available, and then devise a treatment plan that is tailored to your skin and needs. 

With DD Clinical, you can rest assured you are in safe hands and will get the results you have been waiting for. 

Our ‘Lunch time facelift’ – ClearLift Laser

Specialist skin tightening lasers, designed to rejuvenate your skin without injections or surgery, help to reduce the appearance of sagging jowls.

  • Virtually pain free
  • Boosts Collagen
  • Immediate recovery
  • 30 minutes procedure time
  • Safe for all skin types
  • Long lasting results 

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