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Your question about your jawline

A tighter jawline is a much requested treatment. As we get older, we suffer from skin sagging and skin sagging. A weak jaw line is caused by a slack skin on the jaw. In addition, the bone and muscle mass decreases during the years and all this ensures that the jawline no longer looks as tight as before.

Treating jawline

In the initial phase of the subsidence we can restore the volume with treatments such as connective tissue massage and Cold Laser. For a perceptible difference, a cure is necessary. A Tixel treatment regimen can also offer a solution. This treatment is more intensive and comes with a downtime but after about 3 to 4 months there is an observable difference in the volume of the skin. In case of further slacking, we recommend a filler treatment for the restoration of the profiling.

Usually the filling of the jawline is part of a “Total Face” treatment to restore the balance in the entire face and maintain facial expressions. Depending on the indication, the skin condition and the expectations, different types of fillers can be used to tighten the jaw line.

The Tixel uses a new concept called Thermo-Mechanical Ablation. This means that a cup (1 cm2) with small titanium pins is shot against the skin very briefly. By means of a short contact time with the skin micro holes are made in the skin and heat is brought deep into the skin. A wound healing process is triggered by the small wounds.

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The Pascaud cold laser is a non-invasive laser technique, also called Low Level Laser Technology. By having this cold laser work on skin cells, the metabolism of the cell is reactivated.

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Thanks to fillers, the face can regain its volume and wrinkles become less hard and visible. As we get older, you see that on our face: wrinkles are formed, the skin becomes slacker and loses its volume. This can also change your facial expression. With fillers these specific places can be treated, so that the volume loss is filled up, as it were. Skin subsidence and wrinkles can be postponed by applying fillers and in some cases can even be prevented. KNAP Institute works with multiple types of fillers: hyaluronic acid (brands Restylane and Emervel), calcium hydroxyapathite (brand Radiesse) and poli-l-lactic acid (brand Sculptra).

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Hifu is a unique treatment based on ultrasound to tighten the skin in a non-invasive way. As we get older, we are dealing with sagging skin. The collagen production decreases so that the skin looks less firm. The energy released in this treatment ensures that the collagen production gets a boost.

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The Icoone® laser offers the latest treatment technique for a mechanical connective tissue massage. With the Icoone® laser treatment we tackle slacks, fine lines and wrinkles. In addition, we bring the contours back in the face. Every millimeter of the skin is stimulated in a painless and relaxed way.

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Using the MP2 technology, the Venus MP2 uses multipolar radiofrequency and magnetic pulses to generate heat response in the skin. This stimulates the skin’s natural regenerative capacity and allows the skin to contract, resulting in firming and wrinkle reduction. In addition, the neck and décolleté can also be treated with a unique head based on Vari Pulse technology.

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