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Jawline Slimming

Jawline slimming targets the big, bulky masseter muscle responsible for helping us chew. You can find this muscle on either side of your lower jaw. You can quickly feel them when clenching your teeth as this movement activates the muscles. Genetic factors can also cause enlarged masseter muscles. Masseters can also increase in size due to overuse or can be related to a condition called Bruxism. Bruxism is the involuntary or habitual grinding or clenching of the teeth. When this muscle enlarges, it can cause the appearance of a square-like jaw.

Reduced use of the masseters results in a more oval, slimmer jawline. It also helps reduce your ability to grind/clench your teeth!! So, no more horrible TMJ pain.

Booking your Consultation

Clients must have a one-on-one consultation to discuss any treatments that may utilise a prescriptive medication.  All consultations are scheduled for a minimum of 45 minutes. 

Our highly skilled practitioner will discuss your treatment goals, facial anatomy, and aging process during your consultation. Their expertise will guide you towards the best treatment options, providing realistic expectations of the results you can achieve.

Aftercare advice and management will be given to you at your appointment. You will also be emailed a copy of this information to refer back to whenever you need it.

We welcome questions, so please feel free to come prepared with any questions.

Interested in knowing more?
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Cassandra Ross

Registered Nurse

Alexander Ha

Cosmetic Doctor

By Appointment

Monday – Saturday

Benefits of Jawline Slimming

  • Reduces pain from teeth grinding and clenching

  • Re-defines your jawline shape

  • Slims your face to a more oval shape

  • Quick and painless treatment options

  • No downtime or recovery period

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