Masseter Botox Treatment in Nicosia

Treat Jaw Pain & Enhance Your Well-Being

At Symeou Dental Center Nicosia, we offer masseter botox, a treatment tailored for the muscles of your jawline. It is particularly beneficial for people suffering from TMJ Disorder.

This non-surgical technique refines and balances the face, ensuring the masseter muscles harmoniously align with your overall facial aesthetic. Our medical injections for the masseter relieve excessive tension and help achieve a slimmer facial profile. They also address functional issues like teeth grinding or jaw pain.

Our expert professionals will introduce you to a world where clinical expertise meets aesthetic enhancement, reshaping and rejuvenating your jaw for increased confidence and comfort.

What is TMJ Disorder?

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a sliding hinge connecting your jawbone to your skull.

TMJ disorders cause pain and dysfunction in the jaw joint and muscles responsible for jaw movement. Some people may also hear a clicking sound when opening or closing their mouth. 

It’s essential to consult with dental professionals if you suspect a TMJ disorder, as early intervention can prevent potential complications and offer relief from discomfort.

Proper diagnosis and targeted treatments can effectively manage and alleviate symptoms.

How Can Botox Injections Help Alleviate TMJ Disorder Symptoms?

Injections, particularly those containing botulinum toxin (commonly known as Botox), can be an effective treatment for TMJ disorders.

These medical injections work by relaxing the jaw muscles, thereby reducing the intense clenching or grinding that exacerbates TMJ pain. The injection’s substance temporarily paralyzes the muscles, relieving both muscle tension and the associated pain.

Beyond muscle relaxation, these medical injections can also reduce headaches resulting from teeth grinding and may minimize lockjaw in TMJ disorder patients. The injections can offer relief for several months at a time.

Talk to our experienced dentists at Symeou Dental Center Nicosia to discuss the potential benefits and risks and determine if injections are the right treatment option for your specific TMJ disorder symptoms.

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Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation in Nicosia

Over time, the face undergoes natural aging changes, including loss of skin elasticity, reduction in facial fat, and changes in bone structure, which can impact the overall appearance. Luckily, there are non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatments that help enhance the appearance of the face without requiring surgery. 

These procedures are minimally invasive, with little to no downtime, making them popular choices for men and women seeking to refresh their look without undergoing a surgical operation.

Our treatments at Symeou Dental Center Nicosia for enhancing your health and confidence target the following areas:

Understanding Your Facial Anatomy

Understanding your facial anatomy provides a clear roadmap for selecting the most appropriate aesthetic treatments, ensuring they enhance your unique features harmoniously.


The facial skeleton includes the skull, cheekbones (zygomatic bones), upper and lower jawbones (maxilla and mandible), and various smaller bones that contribute to the overall facial structure.

Numerous muscles control facial expressions, speaking, and chewing. They work together to create movements like smiling, frowning, and squinting.

The skin covers the underlying structures and varies in thickness across different parts of the face. Soft tissues include fat pads, which maintain facial volume, and connective tissues that support the skin’s structure.

Nerves control muscle movements and sensations, while blood vessels provide oxygen and nutrients to the skin and other tissues.

Why Choose Symeou Dental Center
For Masseter Botox?

Expert Dentists

When you choose Symeou Dental Center for your TMJ Disorder treatment and/or jaw refinement, you can rest assured that you are in expert hands.


Our team of certified and experienced dentists showcases a history of successful jaw-related non-surgical treatments.

Advanced Technology

We take pride in our comprehensive approach, ensuring that each patient is diagnosed accurately and treated with the most effective, individualized care plan. Whether it’s TMJ disorder, bruxism, or any other jaw-related issue, our experts utilize state-of-the-art equipment and the latest research-backed methods.

Patient-Focused Environment

Our commitment to patient comfort, holistic well-being, and sustainable results makes us the trusted destination for people seeking a reliable doctor to enhance their facial symmetry and alleviate their jaw pain.

Frequently Asked Questions

TMJ disorder can arise from various factors, including teeth grinding (bruxism), jaw clenching, injury to the jaw, arthritis within the joint, and even certain connective tissue diseases. Often, a combination of factors contributes to the onset of this condition.

Yes, many people find relief from TMJ symptoms through non-surgical treatments. These can include oral appliances (like mouth guards), medical injections, medications to reduce pain or inflammation, stress management techniques, and even certain dental procedures to correct bite issues. Always consult a dental professional to determine the best treatment for your situation.

Facial aesthetics refers to a range of non-surgical treatments and procedures designed to enhance the appearance of the face. These treatments focus on improving facial features, such as reducing wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin, as well as restoring facial volume and contours.

Facial rejuvenation refers to procedures and treatments used to achieve a more youthful appearance. It involves various surgical and non-surgical techniques to address common signs of aging, such as wrinkles, sagging skin, loss of volume, and uneven skin texture.

The goal of facial rejuvenation is not to change a person’s fundamental features, but rather to enhance and refresh their natural beauty. Procedures can range from non-invasive treatments like dermal fillers to surgical interventions, such as facelifts, brow lifts, and eyelid surgery. The ultimate result is a revitalized, balanced, and more youthful facial appearance.

Like any medical procedure, facial aesthetic treatments carry certain risks and potential complications. For example: 

  • Allergic Reactions: Some individuals may experience allergic reactions to the substances used in treatments, such as dermal fillers. 
  • Infection: Any procedure that involves injections or incisions carries a risk of infection at the treatment site.
  • Bruising and Swelling: Swelling and bruising are common after many facial aesthetic procedures, especially in injectable treatments.
  • Uneven Results: Asymmetrical or unnatural-looking outcomes.
  • Scarring: Surgical procedures carry the risk of scarring.
  • Overcorrection or Undercorrection: In some cases, the desired outcome may not be achieved, or there might be an overcorrection, leading to unnatural results.
  • Migration or Shifting: Injected substances, like dermal fillers, can sometimes migrate from the intended treatment area.
  • Complications from Anesthesia: Reactions to anesthesia medications.

Facial aesthetics can address a wide range of concerns (e.g., wrinkles, signs of aging, volume loss, asymmetry, skin texture and tone, etc.) and enhance various aspects of the face (e.g., eyes, nose, lip, brows, etc.).

Facial aesthetic treatments vary in terms of their longevity and permanence. Some treatments offer long-lasting results, while others are temporary and require maintenance over time. Overall, facial aesthetic treatments can last from 3 months to 2 years. However, it’s better to discuss your needs with our facial experts to find the most suitable treatment option.

Facial aesthetic procedures should be performed by qualified and experienced professionals who have received appropriate training and deeply understand facial anatomy, aesthetics, and treatment procedures. Choosing a practitioner with the right credentials is essential to ensure your safety and achieve optimal results.

Talk to our dentists and maxillofacial surgeons who specialize in jaw, face, and neck procedures. They often perform complex surgical interventions to address functional and aesthetic concerns.

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