Masticatory Muscle Reduction

Masticatory Muscle Reduction
Masticatory Muscle Reduction

Why Grand Masseter Reduction?
Face surgery
The cause of square jaw is not limited to bones but muscles (masticatory muscle, masseter) as well,
at this kind of case muscle has to be eliminated by using high frequency energy so that it’ll give
the most effective result.
In this case we suggest square jaw reduction and can remove the angled jaw
as well as the width of the frontal chin to make a slim face
Starting from the lower cheekbone, the muscles that attach
to the lower jawbone and cause the lower jaw to move,
it’s the muscles that protruding in the grinder part
when we bite our teeth hard.
jaw muscle

nerves around
the jaw

Eliminating the certain chosen masseter muscle and jaw muscle
to make a slimmer jaw line.
 What is Grand Masseter Reduction Surgery? 

Elimimating the main cause
Minimalize the possibility of recurrence by eliminating the muscle,
the effect the result will stay the same since the muscles have been reduced.

Correcting the Asymmetry

Eliminating both muscle and nerve
You can see more result compare to those procedure which reduce muscles or nerve only.

ZERO visible scars!
Since we make use the incision inside your mouth, the result will look natural with no visible scars at all.

Grand Masseter Reduction Surgery method
Face surgery
A method to induce an effective result by eliminating unused nerves and naturally reducing the muscles.

After giving a local anesthesia to
inner side of your cheek
(mucous membrane),
using a tenuousness treatment
giving a medium-frequency
energy repetitively.
After exploring the nerves around the
masseter and eliminate it partially,
reducing bulks of masseter
which cause the square jaw,
to make a slimmer jaw line.
It’s procedure to degrade the
muscle cell, but after the degradation
it won’t reproduce again,
it’s more durable and continuously
compare to botox.

 Facial Contouring VS Masseter Reduction Surgery Grand Masseter Reduction Surgery? 

 ● Facial Contouring
 ● Surgery method
 Cutting the bone through surgery
 ● Anesthesia Method
 Full Anesthesia
 ● Recovery period
 6 months
 ● Durability
 ● Masseter Reduction
 ● Surgery method
 Splenotomy using
 high frequency energy
 ● Anesthesia Method
 Local Anesthesia
 ● Recovery period
 2~3 days
 ● Durability

What is the effect of Masseter Reduction Surgery?
The answer to the not durable masseter reduction by masseter reduction surgery.
By destructing the masseter cell by reducing the muscle cell,
as once eliminated, the sell won’t be able to recover anymore.

Effective case of Grand Masseter Reduction Surgery
Face surgery
a protruding jaw
when you see
your face
from the front

When you bite
your back teeth,
you can feel
protruding hard
muscles in the
end of the jaw

and chewing
muscles grow

left and
right jaw line

 After care is also important after facial contouring 

It is advised to use ice pack right after the surgery until swelling goes down.
Fasting for a day after the surgery and taking soft food
(thin rice gruel, juice, milk and drinkable liquid food) is recommended.
Taking normal food is possible 2 weeks after the surgery, however,
cut side dishes into pieces and eat solid food 4 weeks after the surgery.
Wear compression band for 3-4 days after the surgery and avoid bending head down or lying on the stomach. Sleepingwith 2-3 pillows under the head will help with subsiding pain.
Gargle to keep clean inside the mouth after taking meal in order to prevent inflammation
and infection inside the mouth.
Smoking and drinking will slow down healing wound. If unavoidable,
they are possible 3-4 weeks after the surgery.
Going through heavy shock should be avoided Every patient has swelling after the surgery,
however depending on quantity matter and individual constitution may affect the condition

Every patient has swelling after the surgery,
however depending on quantity matter and individual constitution may affect the condition

* Side effects such as bleeding, inflammation, infection, etc. can be experienced after surgery and consult with your doctor as individual results may vary.*