V Shape Face Treatments in Singapore

Having a V Shape Face is what most people desire! Without a doubt, it remains the most popular face shape in Asia as it is associated with beauty, femininity and youthfulness.

Sagging of skin or water retention are common reasons why you have a less defined face shape. It may also be due to having bulky masseter muscles or buccal fat that creates the appearance of a broader and wider face shape. 

Thanks to advancement in technology, we now have non-surgical face slimming treatments to achieve a V Shape Shape easily and comfortably.

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What is a V Shape Face?

A V-shape face refers to a desired facial contour characterized by a slim and refined appearance, tapering smoothly from the cheeks to a defined chin, creating a resemblance to the letter “V”. This facial shape has become a popular beauty standard in many Asian countries, representing youthful, feminine, and delicate features. The trend emphasizes a slender jawline, high cheekbones, and a small chin.

V Shape Face is also known as “V-line Face”, which generally has these characteristics:

Lifted and defined cheeks

Slim and contoured jawline

Dainty and sharp chin

Why is a V Shape Face so popular?

Having a sharper and smaller face gives the impression of a refreshed and younger appearance, which is why it is desired by many. This visually appealing face shape makes it easy for individuals to look good in every possible angle as it incorporates the golden ratio of one thirds when it comes to facial proportion. 

Why Do Many People Want a V Shape Face?

The allure of the V-shape face, characterized by a tapered jawline and pronounced cheekbones, has been heightened by a blend of cultural, media, and evolutionary influences. Predominantly popularized in Asian cultures, this facial contour is often equated with youth, elegance, and refinement. Historically, certain facial shapes were linked with particular virtues, and the V-shape came to signify gentleness and femininity. Fast-forward to the modern era, and this beauty ideal has been amplified by the omnipresence of celebrities, influencers, and public figures in media who embody this aesthetic. Digital platforms, rife with selfies and visual content, further spotlight this trend, especially when coupled with beauty filters that often mold faces to this particular contour. Scientifically, humans have an inherent predilection for facial symmetry and proportion, as they might signify health and genetic viability. The V-shape aligns with these preferences, offering a harmonious balance that many find appealing.

How to achieve a V Shape Face?

Traditionally many had to undergo jaw reduction or chin implantation surgeries to get this facial structure. Surgeries typically involve long recovery and surgical risks. Nowadays, non-surgical treatments are readily available to effectively achieve similar results, avoiding all that hassle.

Non-Surgical V Shape Face Treatment

To achieve a V Shape Face, we will first assess what kind of facial features you have that may need some enhancement, such as weak jawline or chin, wide jaws and loose skin or fat in the  under chin area. V Shape Face treatment typically consists of:

Jaw Reduction BTX

Jaw Reduction BTX or “V-line BTX” is to contour the jawline, mainly suitable for individuals with large jaw muscles or square face shape.

The treatment focuses on the masseter muscle, a primary chewing muscle located on either side of the jaw. In individuals who frequently clench or grind their teeth, or naturally have a stronger masseter, this muscle can become hypertrophic or enlarged, leading to a broader jaw appearance.

BTX (Injectable Neurotoxins) is injected into the jaw chewing muscles on both sides of the lower jaw to shrink and relax the muscles. Once the muscles are relaxed, it reduces in size by 20-30%. By weakening the jaw muscles, it defines the lower face, creating a softer and slimmer jawline.

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Chin Filler

Chin Filler is to create a shaper chin. It is a widely performed chin augmentation procedure to correct profile deformities and achieve a more desirable face shape. It involves injecting hyaluronic acid filler into the chin area, precisely placing it under the skin to add more volume.

When introduced to the chin area, they can lengthen or project the chin forward. By augmenting the chin, it effectively draws attention away from a wider jaw, creating a more harmonious and streamlined facial profile.

For individuals whose facial structure is characterized by a recessed chin or a short face height in relation to a broader jaw, the side view can give an impression of a more square or round facial shape. By enhancing the chin’s projection and length, the face appears more elongated, shifting the visual balance and making the jaw appear less dominant. This method of non-surgical chin augmentation can provide a counterbalance, making the overall face seem more V-shaped or heart-shaped, which are often considered desirable shapes in many cultures.

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HIFU is mainly for loose skin or facial fats, it uses ultrasound energy to penetrate into deep skin layers. This treatment can melt submental fats on cheeks and under the chin for slimmer cheeks and a more defined jawline.

The principle behind HIFU is the targeted delivery of focused ultrasound waves deep into the skin’s structural layers, specifically the SMAS (superficial muscular aponeurotic system) layer, which is the same layer addressed in traditional facelift surgeries.

As the ultrasound energy penetrates these deeper layers, it creates controlled micro-injuries. This triggers the body’s natural healing response, which includes the increased production of collagen, a protein essential for skin elasticity and firmness. As new collagen forms, it results in a tightening and lifting effect on the skin over the subsequent weeks and months. When applied to the jaw area, HIFU helps redefine the jawline by reducing sagging or loose skin, thus making the jaw appear more refined and contoured.

It also stimulates new collagen and elastin production for a natural lifting and tightening effect to counter jowling or loose neck skin.

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How Much Does V Shape Treatment Cost?

Cost of V Shape Face Treatment in Singapore depends on individuals and the severity of your condition.

Non-surgical treatments may require several sessions for optimal results which will be determined by our doctor during your consultation.

Who are Ideal Candidates for Non-Surgical Jaw Reduction Treatments?

The ideal candidate for non-surgical jaw reduction treatments is someone who displays characteristics or concerns that align with the offerings of these treatments. For instance, individuals with an enlarged masseter muscle, which can be due to habitual teeth grinding or excessive gum chewing, might find relief and aesthetic improvement with BTX injections. These injections help in relaxing the overactive muscle, leading to a more streamlined jawline over time. On the other hand, those experiencing mild to moderate skin sagging around the jawline, often due to aging or significant weight loss, could find treatments like High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) beneficial. HIFU aims to tighten and lift the skin, giving a more contoured appearance.

It’s also important to note that the ideal candidate should have realistic expectations. Non-surgical treatments, while effective, might not offer as dramatic results as surgical interventions. Candidates should be in good health, have no contraindications to the chosen procedure, and ideally, be non-smokers, as smoking can affect healing and results.

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In Singapore, the popular treatments to achieve a V-shape face include BTX treatments (specifically for masseter muscle reduction), HIFU (High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound) for skin tightening and contouring, and chin fillers to enhance and balance the facial profile.

The longevity of results varies by treatment. BTX treatments typically last between 4 to 6 months. HIFU results can last anywhere from 6 months to a year, depending on individual factors. Chin fillers, on the other hand, generally last between 6 to 18 months, depending on the type of filler used and individual metabolism.

Side effects are generally minimal but can include temporary redness, swelling, or bruising at the treatment site. With BTX, there might be a brief period of muscle weakness. HIFU might result in minor discomfort during the procedure, while chin fillers could cause temporary tenderness. Most people can resume their daily activities immediately, but it’s always best to consult with the treatment provider for individualized advice.

The best approach is to have a consultation with a qualified aesthetic practitioner in Singapore. They can assess your facial structure, skin quality, and personal goals to recommend the most suitable treatment for achieving a V-shape face.

While there’s no strict age range, these treatments are commonly sought by individuals in their late 20s onwards, as this is when early signs of aging or changes in facial fat distribution might begin. However, the primary factor is the individual’s specific needs and concerns rather than age.

Always ensure to get a thorough consultation and choose a reputable clinic in Singapore when considering any aesthetic treatments.