Smoking has a damaging effect on the skin and the lips are often the area most affected, because of the repetitive action of drawing the smoke. The good news is there are treatments available to reduce the appearance of smoker’s lines.
Contour your jawline with botox
By strategically relaxing muscles in your jaw, botox can reshape your jawline.
It can give you a more feminine, rounded jawline and counteract the signs of ageing.
A more feminine jawline
The masseter muscle (shown below) extends from your cheek to your lower jaw. It controls your ability to chew.
When this muscle becomes enlarged, for example due to grinding your teeth, it can give your face a squared, masculine appearance.
Botox is used to gradually relax this muscle. Over a course of treatment, the muscle reverts to its original size. This returns your face to softer, more oval proportions.
Relieve the pain of bruxism or TMJ
An enlarged masseter muscle can be the result of conditions such as bruxism (teeth grinding) or temporomandibular (TMJ) disorders.
Botox relaxes the tension in the jaw, often reducing the painful symptoms of TMJ. The resulting weakening of the masseter muscle can also reduce the incidence of involuntary bruxism, thereby limiting wear and tear on your teeth.
Reduce the signs of jawline ageing
As your skin ages and sags, it can cause jowls to form along your jawline.
Carefully targeted botox injections relax specific muscles, causing others to tighten and lift the jawline.
Redefine your jawline
Fully trained and qualified doctors and nurses administer all our botox treatments.
Before your treatment, you’ll receive a consultation to ensure that the treatment is right for you and will achieve the results you desire.