Botox lasts 3-4 months
Sorry to hear that your results were undesirable. It will take 3-4 months for the botox to wear off and gradually the masseter muscle will come back and fill out to what it looked like before the treatment.
Best to wait...
It is best to wait. The effects of botox should be gone in 3 to 5 months and after that you should go back to looking normal or like you did before the injections.
Return to Normal after Botox
Botox will wear off in 3-6 months. You should go back to looking like the way you used to before treatment.
Botox and Masseter
Yes the botox will wear off in 3-4 months and you will be back to normal without long term issues. Best, Dr. Emer.
Botox for masseter muscles
It will take several months for the effect of the Botox injections to wear off and have your masseter muscles return to their previous state. Chewing gum may help the Botox effect wear off more quickly. You could have fillers injected in the meantime to replace the volume.
Will My Face Go Back To Normal?
There really is nothing to help the Botox "get out faster" except tincture of time. This may take up to 6 months. During this time, you should experience your face gradually resuming your pre-Botox shape.
This will improve with time. The muscles have relaxed but will regain strength and tone once the botox wears off.
Will face go back to normal after Botox to masseter muscles?
There is nothing you can do to speed up the process of the results from Botox to dissipate. It will take around 3-6 months for the effect to wear off but your face should return to normal after this time.
Botox and Masseter Injections
Botox works extremely well for thinning the face when the masseter muscle is injected. However, it sounds as if too much Botox was injected. It will take at least 4 months for the effects to resolve but it should get better over time. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
Complication from Botox injection
The Botox will wear off but it may take 3-4 months. Your face will return to its baseline appearance. Hang in there. I know its tough and i'm sorry to hear about your experience.