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Botox, a well-known cosmetic treatment that’s often associated with facial rejuvenation, has been dramatically expanding in its applications. Far beyond the world of wrinkle-smoothing, neurotoxin (botox, dysport, xeomin) has emerged as a versatile treatment, targeting areas and problems many are unaware of. At Be Medispa, where personalized care meets unrivaled expertise, we are excited to reveal three lesser-known areas you can get neurotoxin: The Trapezius, Masseter Muscles, and Platysmal Bands. Let’s dive into the unique benefits of each.
Neurotoxin Injections in the Masseter muscles create a slimmer and contoured jawline, softening square-shaped faces and enhancing facial symmetry.
Reduces masseter muscle size, improving facial symmetry for a more balanced look.
Masseter injections relieves tension, reducing jaw pain for individuals with TMJ disorders or jaw-related problems.
Injections on platysmal bands diminishes the appearance of vertical neck bands, offering a smoother and more youthful look.
Botox provides immediate relief for those feeling tension or tightness in the neck, making the neck feel relaxed and supple.
Neurotoxin revitalizes the appearance of the neck, giving it a lifted and elegant look, harmonizing it with the face’s youthful appearance.
Botox relaxes the trapezius muscles, improving overall posture and shoulder-neck alignment.
Botox in the trapezius muscles offers a remarkable reduction in discomfort caused by muscle tension and trigger points.
Botox’s influence on the trapezius muscles elongates the neck and creates slimmer shoulder lines, enhancing both posture and aesthetics.
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We are dedicated to providing top-quality care, personalized treatments, and exceptional results. For more information, call our office at 859-266-5483 or schedule an appointment online.