Botox jaw reduction in New York City?
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Botox and Dysport for jaw slimming
The injection technique does vary by physical exam and the goals of the treatment. Facial contouring goals may change the injection sites themselves to affect different portions of the masseter as well as the dose. The strength of the masseters can be felt by palpation and also helps me to determine dosing. In general, I start with 15- 25 units of Botox (OR 50-75 units of Dysport) per side for most patients. If they have very strong masseters, then I may increase the dose, but more commonly ask them to return in three weeks for a touch up. Once you get the desired result, I let patients know that future treatments may require less to maintain the look or the jaw clenching symptoms, especially if they get treated as soon as they notice the symptoms return. This can be as soon as three to four months, but in some cases, patients report that it lasts six months or more. I find it depends on the dose we use and how many times we have done the procedure as the duration may lengthen for patients that repeat it regularly.
Botox and Jaw Reduction
Botox is a fabulous procedure for slimming the jaw line. If you clench down on the masseter muscle you will feel the area where the Botox is injected. It is a very simple office procedure which gives very nice results. A lot of my patients from Asia like this procedure since it slims the face For the best cosmetic results please consult a board certified dermatologist with experience with Botox.
Square Jaws Due To Masseter Muscle Hypertrophy Respond Well To Botox Injections
When appropriately injected into the masseter to thin it along the jawline, neuromodulators improve and feminize the appearance of region, without affecting the ability to chew. Treatment of the masseter muscles is not one of the more common uses of neuromodulators, like treating the scowl lines, so consultation with a board certified aesthetic physician with extensive experience in this area would be prudent.
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Botox can help slim the lower face
Botox works by relaxing muscles. For people with square jaws, relaxing the muscle called the masseter muscle can reduce the overall width of the lower face. This will not affect the ability to chew.
Botox injection can soften the jaw line and give a more feminine look.
Dear writer, Botox injection can soften the jaw line and give a more feminine look. Provided there is true hypertrophy (excess development) of the jaw muscles (masseter), Botox injection is a relatively simple procedure that will provide the desired look with often times just one treatment session, providing results that will last for several months.
Botox and jaw reduction
Is there a solution with Botox?
Hope this helps you. I would seek out a thought leader in Botox in your area. Chances are they will give you the best advice for you. Let a trained cosmetic physician (Dermatologist or Plastic Surgeon) see what would be best for you
Botox Jaw Reduction
To know if you are a good candidate for Botox Jaw Reduction, I would need to see you in person for consultation. It would be good if post pictures with you at rest and also with you clenching down. If your muscle bulges or becomes thick when you clench your teeth, you will likely have a nice result with Botox treatment to your jawline. The treatment in the office is quick and easy and very effective if the right candidate.
Botox for a softer jaw line
Botox in Muscles On the Jawline is Effective in Softening the Face
Botox injected into the muscles on the jawline is quick, easy and effecient method to reduce the size of the jaw. I use 25 units per side and the muscles will soften and shrink over a few weeks. I would call a facial plastic surgeons office to see if they offer the procedure. I am sure that are many locations that offer this in NYC. I would ask about the comfort and experience with the procedure.
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