Masseter BOTOX®

Masseter BOTOX®

Masseter BOTOX® is a common non-surgical treatment performed to bring back the perfection in your face. In this process, your rear part of cheek (where masseter muscle is located) is lifted; therefore, you can embrace the soft, smooth curvatures of your youth face once again.​

What Is Masseter BOTOX®?

The masseter muscle, which is located on the side of the jaw area and is known as the strongest chewing muscle, grows and becomes so prominent that it can be seen even from the outside, is called masseter hypertrophy (masseter growth). The most common causes of this situation are clenching and grinding teeth for various reasons, as well as chewing too much gum and consuming hard meat frequently. Masseter BOTOX® applied for the treatment of this ailment is an aesthetic procedure in which the lower part of the face, where the masseter muscle is located, is thinned. In this application, also known as chin BOTOX®, it is aimed to treat deformities in the lower part of the face.

Does masseter hypertrophy go away?

Hypertrophy, or the increase in size of a muscle, can occur for a variety of reasons. If the cause of the hypertrophy is addressed, it is possible for the muscle to return to its normal size. Some say it can go away if not used for long times, other than that, a BOTOX® treatment is needed.


Why Should I take Masseter BOTOX®?

In the case of masseter hypertrophy, or an increase in the size of the masseter muscle in the jaw, BOTOX® injections may be used to reduce the muscle size. This can be done for aesthetic purposes to create a more balanced and symmetrical facial appearance. 

Why US?

Dr. Abedini’s years of experience brings the life back to your face in no time. She is one of the most accurate and safest surgeons in the world of cosmetics.

Therefore, if you have any challenge with the way you look, Dr. Abedini is with you in every step. The only thing that you need to do is to simply book an appointment and she will help you to overcome your problems.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Does The Masseter BOTOX® Treatment Look Like?

The masseter BOTOX® treatment is a quick, walk-in procedure that doesn’t require any preparation by the patient.

How To Determine My Eligibility For Masseter BOTOX® Treatment?

The first step is a consultation with the BOTOX® provider. They will examine your jawline and discuss your reason for wanting the procedure. They also review your medical history to see if an underlying condition may prevent you from getting BOTOX®.

What Are The Side Effects Of A Masseter BOTOX® Treatment?

There might be some BOTOX® side effects like temporary difficulty in swallowing and breathing, nausea, blurred or double vision, local bleeding, and allergic reactions. However, these side effects are extremely rare and will not happen if you keep in contact with your medical provider and take special care.

Who Should Avoid The Masseter BOTOX® Treatment?

The following conditions may require you to postpone your BOTOX® treatment: pregnancy and breastfeeding, bleeding disorders, neuromuscular disorders, skin infection in the area of the treatment site, and allergy to botulinum toxin.

When Can I See The Initial results?
Patients notice an improvement in the reduced masseter activity right after the procedure. The first results typically appear within one week of the procedure.
How Long Do The Effects Last?

The effects of BOTOX® last three to six months. Therefore, it is better to schedule regular treatments to prolong the effects of BOTOX® at three to six months intervals.

Will Masseter BOTOX® Ruin My Smile?

Getting BOTOX® treatment from any unprofessional esthetician may cause face asymmetry and many other undesirable results. A professional esthetician like Dr. Abedini is also a great beauty expert who makes your smile prettier than ever.

What Are Masseter BOTOX® Benefits?

Masseter BOTOX® is the best way for removing wrinkles on your face and getting a perfect smile. They have no common side effects when you can get safe treatment in Dr. Abedini’s clinic.