• Jaw Slimmer

  • Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are well-known neuromodulators that relax muscles. We naturally develop fine lines and wrinkles from frowning, laughing, squinting, and smiling. Collagen allows our skin to bounce back, preventing wrinkles and lines from forming. As we age, collagen production slows down, making it harder for our skin to look smooth and wrinkle-free. By temporarily paralyzing nerve impulses that control muscle movement, wrinkle relaxers reduce or eliminate contraction-induced wrinkles.

    With age, fine lines and wrinkles appear on the face, around the eyes, and on the forehead. At first, they appear only when we frown or laugh. Even when our faces are relaxed, these lines become more evident with age. Repeated facial movements cause the creases or lines on the skin caused by dynamic wrinkles. Using wrinkle relaxers, a smoother, younger-looking complexion can be achieved by both men and women. 

Jaw Slimmer

‘Botox’ on the Masseter Muscles

Facial slimming achieved by relaxing those big, bulky muscles - and get the added benefit to relax teeth-grinders.



Who are good candidates for Neuromodulator Injections?

In this case, those in good health who want to relax the masseter aka chewing muscles. Clients who also suffer from teeth-clenching and teeth-grinding can benefit from muscle relaxation. In turn, it can result in facial slimming, most seen after 2 consecutive visits.

How soon will I notice results after Neuromodulator injections?

The results of Xeomin usually appear within four days, which is just a few days longer than Botox. Dysport typically produces results within 2-3 days. *Results will vary

How long will the results of Neuromodulators last?

Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin produce temporary results. Each of the three wrinkle relaxers can last between three and six months. *Results will vary

Will I have recovery or downtime after a Neuromodulator injection?

After being treated, there is typically no recovery time and little to no downtime. Some patients may have mild redness, bruising, or swelling at the injection site.