Typically, Botox injections treat deep wrinkles, creases, and fine lines that may develop on the upper face while aging. Furthermore, Botox injections have recently been incorporated into a new jaw reduction treatment procedure, with patients reporting an improved appearance that softens strong jawlines for a more feminine appearance. Asians and people with large jaw muscles who grind their teeth are most likely to undergo this treatment. Find out here what you need to know about Jaw reduction with Botox injections and if you want to reshape the appearance of your strong jawline.
Compared to traditional jaw reductions, this non-invasive procedure is much simpler. It involves injecting Botox directly into the masseter muscle at the back of the jaw in a virtually painless manner. Botox decreases the size of the masseter muscle slowly and gently, which leads to a thinner and less square jawline. Results can be seen within four weeks, and the effects last for up to one year. When compared with traditional Botox treatments, the effects have a longer-lasting effect on the jawline. It is reasonable to consider this treatment to be long-lasting but not truly permanent since most patients only need 2-3 treatments over several years to maintain the results. Those seeking softer facial features will benefit from this treatment since it is extremely effective at softening the appearance of a more masculine jawline.
The primary benefit of Botox Jaw reduction is that it is noninvasive. The traditional procedure for jaw reduction involves the removal of bone and may result in significant complications. The recovery time is longer and the pain is more intense. On the other hand, Botox jaw reduction is quick, virtually painless, and can be performed in an hour.
It is also possible to eat after the botox treatment because it will not defect chewing. One treatment is all that is required to reduce the width of the lower face. To achieve a more significant result, patients may wish to have a second treatment after 6 months or 1 year. Patients may need to have manage treatments in the future depending on their situation.