Jowls

The term jowls is used to  describe the sagging skin that often occurs just below a person’s chin or jawline. The development of cheek jowls is a natural part of the ageing process and something that almost everyone experiences. Jowls occur as the result of the skin becoming thinner and losing its elasticity over time.

Most people experience sagging jowls to some extent, with the severity dictated by factors such as skin thickness, natural collagen levels, genes, lifestyle choice and environmental factors. 

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People who experience heavy or sagging jowls may become self conscious and suffer with a loss of self confidence.  For some, cheek jowls can not only be a source of anxiety but physical discomfort owing to the additional skin on their face.

Here at Coppergate Clinic, we offer a range of surgical treatment options for the effective treatment of cheek jowls. From Vr facelifts to Z-Plasty Neck Lifts our team of surgeons are knowledgeable and experienced in this field.

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