I want to make it permanent or come back longer
How Many Times Jaw Botox to Make It Permanent?
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Atrophy of masseter muscle with serial Botox treatments
Botox will never effect a permanent change, but with serial treatments you will certainly notice atrophy of the muscle (thinning) and a reduction in the dose necessary for full reduction. Patients who have had 3-4 Botox treatments per year for several years will typically have very little masseter activity even when Botox has completely worn off.
Botox for masseter reduction.
Make Botox Permanent?
Botox after multiple treatments may produce atrophy that can provide for longer intervals between Botox sessions.
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Is Botox permanent?
Botox is a temporary treatment, and there is no way to make the effects permanent. In order to have a consistent effect, it will be necessary to repeat each treatment when the Botox wears off. In general, the Botox will last around 3 months on average. I hope this helps, and best of luck to you.
Botox to masseters
Botox is not "permanent" and if your provider isn't educating you on the process of masseter reduction, it might be time to visit another.
Botox is not permanent
People often ask why Allergan does not market a product that last 3, 5 or 10 years. I would say that unless they have the antidote to correct problems as is seen sometimes with Botox Cosmetc (e.g. asymmetry) or when patients don't like the way they look, it is a good thing that the effect dissipates, requiring reinjection.
Botox will never be permanent
Botox is never permanent. And you can't do anything to make it more permanent or last longer. This is the essence of the product itself. It's not permanent - and in places where we see bad problems or overinjection of an area - we are all thankful it only lasts 4-6 months!
Botox to masseter muscle
Botox is not permanent and will be required to be sued every 4-6 monthst to maintain its effect.
Is Botox permanent? Ask Dr Ellen
The good news is that Botox is very effective for reducing muscle movement, lines and for shaping.
The bad news is that Botox is NOT PERMANENT and must be used repetitively to maintain it's results.
Thanks for asking! Dr Ellen
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