Masseter enlargement is the enlargement of the masseter muscle, which is located on the side of the jaw area and known as the chewing muscle, and becomes visible even from the outside. The most common causes of this condition are teeth clenching and grinding, as well as chewing too much gum and consuming hard meat frequently. The enlargement of the Masetter muscle both disturbs the person aesthetically and can cause intense tooth and headaches in the person. In the following periods, depending on the intense clenching problem, tooth loss and gingival loss in the person.
May cause discomfort. The frequency of application is recommended every 6 months. This interval may increase over time as a result of regular applications.