Dear Dr. Lam,
Based on the information that you provided through your website and forums, I believe I am a really good candidate for the botox jaw reduction procedure. I have another concern, however, but let me first give you a little background. As a teenager, I gained a lot of weight, the effects of which could also be seen on my face. I quickly lost the weight on my body, but much of the fat on my face remained. In my twenties, I got suckered into a product called Facial Flex (http://www.facialflex.com/) in the hopes of exercising my face to lose the remaining fat there. Well, it didn't work, and now (in my thirties) I still look like a lollipop (thin body with large head). All these years, I just thought that my facial fat was highly resistant to any weight-loss efforts, and thus, recently I was considering buccal fat pad removal. Fortunately, I came across your videos and it made me wonder if my large face is due to an enlarged jaw. I am now almost certain that the Facial Flex product strengthened and enlarged my masseter muscles and possibly my depressor anguli oris muscles as well. Regarding the latter, when I compare pictures in my youth to the present, I can definitely tell that my chin appears a little enlarged. My question is then ... in addition to reducing the masseter muscles, can you also reduce the size of the depressor anguli oris muscles (assuming these are affected as well) using botox? I know you can't say for certain without a face-to-face consultation, but has botox been used in these muscles?
Thank you in advance for your advice!
P.S. I would also like to know the cost of the procedure, so would I just email Marcy at firstname.lastname@example.org?