What You Need To Know About Jawline Botox Procedures
Who Are Jawline Botox Treatments For?
As with all cosmetic or elective medical interventions, this question must always be determined by the patient, and not a practitioner. The role of the practitioner is to consider the patient’s requirements or desired results, assess the patient to ensure the results can be achieved, and then to skillfully and carefully administer the treatment.
However, if you do have larger masseters, whether that be from genetics, teeth grinding, biting your nails or clenching your jaw, and would like to discuss this with an expert, we recommend booking in a consultation to discuss this in more detail.
If any habit such as jaw clenching causes you discomfort, like headaches or tension in the face, it may also be sensible to have a consultation with an expert to understand what can be done to tackle this, with or without treatment.
Surgical And Non-Surgical Procedures For Jawline Slimming
The treatment of any of the causes of a wide jawline can be treated with various surgical and non-surgical procedures.
For the purpose of jawline slimming, we are able to treat the masseter muscle non-surgically, for example.
It’s always important to bear in mind that, whatever your concern is, you’re able to speak to our surgeons, doctors, and dentists to ensure that you are getting the best advice and treatment.
Safe Jawline Botox Treatments
As an unregulated industry in the UK, it is imperative that you choose a reputable clinic and a skilled practitioner.
You will find a number of clinics and doctors are offering Botox injections at low prices. We encourage you to reconsider opting for a clinic with a negligible reputation simply because they offer the most competitive price.
First and foremost, these are medical procedures, which must be performed by suitably trained medical practitioners. The choice of product and clinician/clinic are crucial when making your decision.
At Omniya Clinic we work only with the most advanced range of botulinum toxin, including Botox and Bocouture. We firmly believe that less is more, and always take care to ensure that our patients look natural rather than evidently having had treatment.
What Does A Jawline Botox Procedure Look Like?
Botox is a common procedure nowadays, but it’s important to be reminded that it’s a medical procedure, and your clinician has a duty to assess you, to ensure the treatment can achieve your desired outcome and to discuss any potential risks associated with the treatment.
For this reason, all treatments commence with an initial consultation, where your expert will examine your face. For this jawline slimming treatment, they will assess the strength of your masseter muscles.
If they are satisfied that this can be suitably treated with Botox, the injection site will be marked up, and prepared for the injections. Your practitioner will administer Botox into the masseter muscles on each side of the jaw.
The desired outcome of this treatment is to relax the muscles, preventing them from being over-used. Following your treatment, the use of the muscles ought to reduce, and in due course, the masseter muscles will and shrink over time.