Botox Jaw Slimming San Jose
Botox for Square Jaw
Many patients visit our office with the desire for a more feminine, V-shaped jawline. If you feel that the shape of your face is too wide or square at the jaw, our popular Botox jaw reshaping procedure might be right for you. Gaining in popularity, Botox for the jawline is ideal for individuals who would like to reduce the size of their jaws or correct asymmetrical jaw muscles.
Dr. Jane is one of Bay Area’s top cosmetic dermatologists. She uses Botox to relax and temporarily weaken the masseter muscles, resulting in a slimmer, more appealing lower face shape. A non-surgical jawline reduction in our offices is designed to add harmonious balance to the face without the dangers of surgery. She combines a dermal filler for even better recontouring.
While a strong, square jawline can be distinctly masculine and desirable in male patients, many female patients are seeking softer, more feminized shape to their face. Particularly in Asian females, changing the shape of the face from square to a more attractive oval shape can add a more gentle graceful appearance. In some patients, the masseter muscle, a chewing muscle, is enlarged from grinding and clenching the teeth, creating extra facial width. Botox selectively weakens this muscle over time leading to attractive change in facial shape without surgery or downtime. Ask the provider if this procedure may be right for you.
.Botox injections are commonly associated with treating deep wrinkles, creases, and fine lines that may occur on the upper face as we age. However, Botox injections have also been incorporated into a new jaw reduction treatment, with patients reporting a vastly improved appearance that softens strong jawlines, resulting in a more feminine appearance. This treatment has become most common among certain groups of Asians and also people with large jaw muscles (masseter muscle) from teeth grinding.
While a strong, square jawline can be distinctly masculine and desirable in male patients, many female patients are seeking softer, more feminized shape to their face. Particularly in Asian females, changing the shape of the face from square to a more attractive oval shape can add a gentle and graceful appearance. In some patients, the masseter muscle, a chewing muscle, is enlarged from grinding and clenching the teeth, creating extra facial width. Botox selectively weakens this muscle over time leading to attractive change in facial shape without surgery or downtime
Benefits of Botox Jaw Slimming
There are many benefits to Botox jaw reduction, with the primary one consisting of its non-invasive nature. Traditional jaw reduction surgery requires removal of bone and is associated with potentially significant complications. It is also more painful and has a much longer recovery period. Botox jaw reduction, on the other hand, is quick, virtually painless, and can be done within the span of a lunch hour.
Botox jaw reduction makes it possible for patients to eat right after the treatment without experiencing any pain. Patients of Dr. Jane will expect to receive 20 to 40 unit each side to have a smaller lower face. She combines Kybella and/or Ultherapy for the patients who look for slimmer face. Most of patients may need a second treatment at 6 months to 1 year to maintain their results. The need for any future maintenance treatments depends on each individual case.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A. This non-invasive procedure is much simpler than traditional jaw reduction procedures. It involves virtually painless injections of Botox directly into the masseter muscle located near the back of the jaw. The Botox slowly and gently reduce the size of the masseter muscle, which in turn reduces the appearance of a strong and square jawline. In about 4 weeks one can begin to see the results and the effects persist for greater than one year. Compared to traditional uses of Botox (ie between eyebrows, and forehead) the effects for the jawline last much longer. Most patients seem to need no more than 2-3 treatments over the span of several years to maintain the result and it is reasonable to consider this treatment very long lasting but not truly permanent. This treatment is ideal for patients who are looking for softer facial features, as it’s very effective at softening the appearance of what’s
A. Dr. Jane successfully reshapes the jaw by injecting Botox into the masseter muscles (chewing muscles). Similar to how Botox paralyzes the muscles responsible for wrinkles, the botulinum toxin works to relax, weaken and shrink the jawline. Depending on the degree of correction required, you may need several Botox jaws reshaping treatments to achieve your aesthetic goals as well as maintenance sessions every 4-6 months.
A. While many believe the only path to a slimmer jawline is by cutting the jawbone, our jaw contouring procedure achieves measurable results without going under the knife. By safely injecting Botox into specific areas of the jaw muscles, Dr. Rokhsar’s technique blocks the activity of targeted muscles and softens the masseter muscles, resulting in a relaxed jawline. His single injection method per side of the jaw reaches all 5 points within the muscle. Your non-surgical jaw line treatment is comfortable and requires no downtime. After your initial Botox jaw reduction, you’ll notice signs of face slimming within just 2 to 8 weeks.
A. Following a non-invasive jawline reduction you may notice tiny red marks at the injection site, however, this irritation should quickly subside and is easily hidden with makeup. Refrain from lying down 4 hours after the treatment for best results. Most patients eat lightly for the first few days after a Botox jaw reduction since the jaw regains its full chewing capacity after ten days.
A. Dr. Jane is an internationally renowned cosmetic dermatologist who has treated thousands of patients with Botox injections. Using Botox to reshape the face takes a dermatologist with significant relevant experience, like Dr. Jane. She has trained other doctors in her techniques and was featured in international Cosmetic Surgery Meetings and consumer magazines.