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Botox and Masseter Muscle
Botox can be definitely be used to help make it symmetric. Botox in the masseter muscle is an excellent way to have non-surgical facial slimming and make it more symmetric. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
Botox for facial asymmetry and masseters
Botox can absolutely be used to correct facial asymmetries. Botox injection into your right masseter muscle would reduce muscle bulk and help address the facial asymmetry. It may require multiple treatments to see the muscle reduce in size though.
Botox and Masseter Reduction
Botox injections into your masseter muscles can be very effective to balance facial asymmetries. Multiple treatments are typically required.
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Botox in your masseter can absolutely help asymmetry. Usually you'll get the best results when it is combined with some fillers to contour the entire jawline or radiofrequency treatments to tighten and shape. See an expert. Best, Dr. Emer.
Botox & Masseter Reduction
Botox injections into your masseter muscles can definitely help to balance your facial asymmetry. Results might take 3-6 months to become fully apparent. Best wishes.
Botox and Masseter
I have used Botox for my patients with prominent masseter and the results are visible at rest as well.
Masseter Botox reduces the bulk of the muscle
So the changes are seen even without clinching. I would make sure that both sides are treated. If asymmetric use of Botox is used, the jaw might be torqued in an unusual manner and lead to pressure on the jaw joint.
Masseter and Botox
Injection of the masseter can certainly decrease the heaviness of your face with more given on your right than left. it will take a lot of Botox and will also take more than one session
Masseter muscle and Botox
Botox can be used to soften hypertrophic master muscles. I warn patients that a single treatment may not be effective, and repeated treatment will slowly shrink the muscle down. Best of luck.
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