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How are Non-Surgical Jaw Reduction Treatments Done?

The jaw is a complex structure made up of bone, muscle, and tissue. It plays an important role in both the function and appearance of the face. When the jaw is out of alignment, it can cause problems with chewing, speaking, and breathing. It can also create an imbalance in the facial features that can be quite unattractive.

If you’re unhappy with the size or shape of your jaw, you may be considering surgery to make changes. However, there is an alternative to surgery that can give you the results you want without going under the knife.

Non-surgical jaw reduction can achieve a more balanced and attractive facial appearance without the risks associated with surgery.

What is a Non-Surgical Jaw Reduction?

Non-surgical jaw reduction is a minimally invasive procedure that can create a more pleasing facial appearance. It can be performed using injections or radiofrequency waves, and can be an alternative to surgery for people who want to avoid the risks and recovery time associated with surgery.

The procedure can be performed on both the upper and lower jaws, and can help to reduce the appearance of a “double chin” or “square jaw.” It can also help to improve the symmetry of the face, and to create a more youthful appearance.

The results of non-surgical jaw reduction are not permanent, but they can last for several months. The procedure is typically safe and has few side effects.

Types of Non-Surgical Jaw Reduction Treatments

There are a number of non-surgical jaw reduction treatments available, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Here is a brief overview of some of the most popular options:

Jaw Reduction BTX

Jaw Reduction botox is one of the most popular non-surgical treatments for reducing the appearance of a wide or square jawline.

This treatment involves injecting botulinum toxin into the masseter muscles, which are located on either side of the face near the jaw. This relaxes the muscles and creates a slimming effect on the jawline. Jaw reduction botox is often used in combination with other facial rejuvenation treatments such as dermal fillers and laser skin resurfacing to create a more balanced and youthful appearance.

The results of jaw reduction botox are temporary, and the treatment will need to be repeated every four to six months to maintain the desired effect. There are, however, no major side effects associated with this treatment and it is considered to be safe for most people.

High-Frequency Ultrasound (HIFU)

High-Frequency Ultrasound (HIFU) is a type of non-surgical jaw reduction treatment that uses ultrasound waves to target and break down fat cells in the jaw area. This helps to slim and contour specific areas, such as the jowls or double chin, and can provide noticeable results after just one treatment.

HIFU is a relatively new technology, but it has been shown to be safe and effective in clinical studies. Jaw reduction via HIFU treatment typically has no downtime associated with , and results can last for several months.

Chin Filler

Chin filler, or injectable chin augmentation, is a popular non-surgical jaw reduction treatment. Chin filler can help to create a more defined chin and jawline, and can also be used to correct asymmetry. The results of chin filler are temporary, and the injections will need to be repeated every few months to maintain the results.

Chin filler is usually made of hyaluronic acid, a substance that occurs naturally in the body. This means that there is little risk of allergic reaction or rejection. Side effects of chin filler are rare, but can include temporary bruising, swelling, and tenderness at the injection site.

Results typically last for six to twelve months and there is little to no downtime involved.

If you are considering non-surgical jaw reduction, it is important to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon who has experience performing the procedure. They will be able to assess your individual needs and goals, and help you decide if the procedure is right for you.

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