The treatment for sagging jowls depends on the individual and the severity of their sagging skin. In some cases, patients may benefit from a surgical procedure such as a facelift or neck lift, which involve removing excess skin and fat from the targeted area and tightening the underlying muscles and tissues.
For more mild cases of sagging jowls, dermal fillers or facial implants used to restore volume and firmness to the face may be effective.
In addition to cosmetic procedures, there are also numerous non-invasive therapies available that can help revitalize skin and reduce the appearance of sagging jowls. Chemical peels and laser treatments work to improve the skin’s tone and texture while radio-frequency therapies and various creams and topical treatments can also be used to plump up the skin and encourage collagen growth.
Finally, there are numerous facial exercises that can be used to target the area and strengthen its underlying muscles, resulting in a firmer and more lifted appearance.