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Can Repeated Use of Botox Jaw Reduction Lead to the Sagging of the Masseter Muscles Overtime? (photo)
Since I am informed that botox is used to weaken muscle, does this effect lead to a sagging jawline overtime with age? I am in between an oval and square shaped face of Asian decent in my early twenties and have been contemplating whether or not to get this procedure. Also, what are the typical results of a single session of this treatment with about 20 units per side? Will one treatment suffice for a good period of time? Thank you.
Botox Works Well for Square Jaw, does not cause Sagging of the Skin.
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