Overdevelopment of the chewing muscles can make the face wider and more masculine than we would like. This condition is usually caused by a congenitally large jaw bone, or by enlargement of the masseter muscle, which increases in its size as it is exercised (chewing gum, clenching and grinding teeth).
The masseter muscle is one of the biggest chewing musclesand runs from the cheekbone to the top of the jawbone and it can give your jaw an enlarged and wide apperance. At REclinic, we can in certain instances, use Botox to relax overdeveloped muscles to give your face a slimmer and softer shape.Enquire Today
Please note that you are paying for the treatment only and no guarantee is made of any outcome. Refunds cannot be given under any circumstances, as the product has been used and the service has been delivered.
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