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Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding , Masseter/Bruxism Botox is becoming a very popular treatment here at Persona Medical Aesthetics. Botox/Anti wrinkle injections are a clinically proven, highly effective treatment for lines and wrinkles. This treatment can also create brow lifting and help with excessive sweating. Botox will smooth away frown and forehead lines, diminish crow’s feet and lift the eyebrows as well as toning the jaw line area. It is a simple and straightforward procedure for a younger, fresher look. We can also use Botox to treat migraines. However, if it’s used in your masseter muscles (near your cheekbones) it can also change your face shape and manage facial pain.


What is Masseter Botox?

The masseter is one of the muscles that helps you chew. It’s located on the side of your face and connects your cheekbone to your lower jawbone.

When Botox is injected into the masseter, It’s sometimes called jaw Botox.

The treatment uses botulinum toxin to temporarily block nerve signals in the masseter. As a result, the muscle is unable to move.

What is Masseter Botox used for?

  • Managing teeth grinding
  • Reducing jaw tension, pain, and clenching
  • Relieving headaches
  • Contouring a square jaw
  • Creating a balanced face shape

You can expect to see full results in about 1 week. Some people start seeing results within 1 to 3 days.

It’s worth noting that the effects of Botox are temporary. They usually last 3 to 4 months. If you’d like to maintain the results, you’ll have to repeat the procedure.

Real Results

Treatment Before
Treatment After

I’ve recently had Botox in my jaw to help relieve the symptoms of TMJ. Dr Lisa was brilliant throughout, I felt immediately at ease with her. And I’m so pleased that I’ve managed to go a month without a migraine! Delighted with the result – thank you Dr Lisa! Sarah Collins Google Review.

- Masseter Botox Review, Google

*Results may vary and are different for each individual. As such, Persona Cosmetic Medicine cannot guarantee specific results.

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