ANTIWRINKLE for Masseter Muscles of the jaw

Antiwrinkle is used to inject the jaw muscles -  the Masseter muscles which are used for chewing, teeth  grinding and clenching. It helps to lessen the appearance of this muscle—almost deflating it—so in addition to alleviating the clenching, it also slims your jawline by selectively weakening the masseter muscle over time leading to an overall reduction in the size of this muscle.

This is achieved by relaxing the muscle both sides of the face at the jaw with injections of Antiwrinkle solution which relieves tension. As a result, the muscles aren’t able to engage in unconscious jaw movements including headaches, ear pain, clicking or popping noises and soreness of the jaw.

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint that connects the jaw to the skull in front of each ear. These joints allow the movements needed for speaking, eating and facial expression. TMJ dysfunction can cause pain, abnormal jaw movements and joint noises.

It often takes 20 to 30 units of Antiwrinkle each side to reduce the size of the masseter muscle. Though it sounds like a large dose of botox, it is actually the typical amount. This can be increased to a higher dose or decreased as needed in order to achieve the desired effect.