Jaw botox goes by many names including massage treatments, weakening the jawbone, grinding teeth for bruxism, and shrinking the jaw. This is largely due to its versatility and ability to address a wide range of medical and cosmetic problems.
Botox is usually associated as an antiaging and anti-wrinkle injection, but popular jaw reduction botox can also do the following:
– Reduces the appearance of a square jawline
– Weak jaw
– Overcoming grinding teeth (bruxism)
– Temporomandibular joint discomfort and associated headaches
Botox is well known and widely used as a non-invasive anti aging agent to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. In addition, Botox is widely used in medical treatments such as migraines, bruxism (teeth grinding), and hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).
The genes or habits developed, such as grinding our teeth and clenching our jaws, lead to the development of hypertrophic massage muscles that make the lower part of the face more square and convex.
For many people, this is a facial feature they really like. However, this can be uncomfortable for some people – especially if they prefer a thinner jawline. In cases where the patient is not satisfied with the jaw, we use Botox as a non-surgical procedure to reduce the weight of the jaw.
This procedure involves the introduction of botox into the enlarged jaw muscles or massagers. After the injection, these muscles relax and shrink, resulting in a smaller jaw.