Sharpening of Face, Reduction of Jaw Muscles
Sharpening of Face – Reduction of Jaw Muscles
Having a broad face can be attributed to 3 factors: bone structure, fats and large chewing muscles. All these factors will inevitably play a role. The choice of treatment will depend on the invasiveness of the procedure and which factor plays a bigger part in causing the broad face.
Fats tend to accumulate at the front of the jaw, causing a loss of the jawline and can be aggravated by saggy skin with age. This can be reduced by removing fats along the jawline and using CSP-RF to tighten the skin.
Having large chewing muscles (masseter muscles) can lead to having a square face, or rather a large jaw at the back of the face. By reducing the bulk of the chewing muscles, one can sharpen the angle at the back of the face. Bone reduction surgery should be left to the last on the list as it is invasive and is a major surgery.
- Botox of the Masseter*
*This treatment can only be performed by a certified doctor.