In the quest for timeless beauty and refined aesthetics, the power of dermal fillers are constantly evolving, as are the cosmetic medical practitioners’ individual techniques. Sculpting and re-defining a jawline with dermal fillers is a modern approach that combines artistry and science. Thus how ‘The Garrett Curve’ came to being.
The jawline plays a pivotal role in framing the face’s lower zone. It is a defining feature that contributes significantly to facial symmetry in aesthetics. While some are naturally blessed with a well-defined jawline, others may seek to enhance or restore its contours to achieve a sculpted, more youthful appearance. Dermal fillers have emerged as a cutting-edge approach to this transformation.
In addition to this, the cultural emphasis in the improvement of mental well-being and self-confidence continues to grow as there is a rising demand for tweakments that reinstate facial symmetry and re-defining and reinstating a jawline as a treatment is hugely popular because of this.
Mr. Lee Garrett’s unique technique is referred to as ‘The Garrett Curve,’ amongst his patients. A strong chiselled jawline is a much sought-after masculine feature. For a more feminine outcome the principle is the same except that the placement for softening around the chin area is approached slightly differently.
“Many patients experience a shortened distance between the chin and the jaw which is a quite common concern. ‘The Garrett Curve’ procedure cleverly supports, lifts, and re-establishes the jawline and reinstates individual facial harmony with a natural looking result”.
What causes the jawline to suddenly droop?
As we age, we lose 5% bone loss per year, our collagen levels are depleting from the age of 25, with this and gravity, our cheek volume decreases, impacting completely on the jawline. Ageing and weight gain can also diminish a jawlines definition.
What is ‘The Garrett Curve’?
‘The Garrett Curve,’ uses hyaluronic acid (HA) to reinstate the reshape the jawline. The process starts at the angle of the jaw and moves toward the area between the chin and the jowls. The focus is then directed to the chin to correct its position. Small pegs of HA are inserted above the jawline and close to the ear to anchor the skin.
A light pressure is applied for three minutes to ensure the skin adheres properly. The outcome is a subtly enhanced and more structured, well-balanced jawline. For this indication we would use Teoxane’s, RHA range not only to replenish and support the areas of volume loss, but due to their patented technology these fillers are able to move and flex with facial movements and expressions, allowing for a more natural-looking result”.
Who is the perfect candidate for “The Garrett Curve” treatment?
Anyone, of any gender is suitable for this treatment. All our medical practitioners are highly trained in this procedure.
Is there any downtime?
This is a non-surgical treatment that has very little downtime.
When will I see the results and how long do they last for?
The results are immediate and generally last 12 to 18 months.
NB: Keep in mind, this procedure is not an alternative to a facelift.
How much is “The Garrett Curve” Procedure?
“The Garrett Curve” procedure cost starts from £2,200.
At The Cosmetic Skin Clinic, we have an unrivalled reputation for expertly delivered cosmetic results. As an experienced and trusted treatment provider, you can rely on us to deliver the jawline results you need. At our multi-award-winning medical clinic, you will find our team are medically qualified, with extensive years of experience.
‘The Garrett Curve’ has been featured in The Times, read more about ‘The secret to a neat jawline’.