Masseter Hypertrophy is the enlargement of the masseter muscle (not to be confused with large jawlines). This uncommon condition can happen bilaterally or unilaterally. Patients who suffer from it commonly have complaints about the symmetry of their face, but Masseter Hypertrophy can do more than just make the face look irregular. It can also cause more serious problems, such as bruxism or grinding of the teeth, trismus or the spasming of jaw muscles, and protrusion. Botox is currently the primary solution for resolving this issue.
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