Buccal Massage: Deep Facial Therapy for Ultimate Skin Rejuvenation

What is Buccal Massage

Buccal massage, also known as intraoral massage, is a technique that involves massaging the muscles inside the mouth. This type of massage is particularly effective for those who suffer from jaw pain, teeth grinding, or other forms of facial tension.

Buccal massage has been described as a “non-surgical facelift” because it can help to lift and tone the muscles of the face, giving the skin a more youthful appearance

Close-up of a female face illustrating facial muscles, highlighting areas targeted during a buccal massage

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When to Consider Buccal Massage

Jaw Clenching

Jaw clenching escalates tension and pressure in your jaw, which can trigger facial pain, headaches, tooth sensitivity, and muscle soreness.

Teeth Grinding

Unconscious teeth grinding (Bruxism) or clenching during sleep, causing jaw pain, headaches, tooth wear, and sleep disruption.

Bone Deformation

As we age, skull bones move towards the face’s center and nose, shrinking the cranium, distorting the face, and changing soft tissues visibly.

Angry Face

Unintentional facial expression showing anger, irritation, or contempt for others, often when a person is relaxed or does not express any specific emotions.

Tight Lips

As we get older, the muscle around our mouth can get too tight. This can make our mouths look unhappy or even “angry”, with lots of little wrinkles popping up around the lips.

Facial Rejuvenation

Facial rejuvenation is achieved by massaging and exercising facial tissues. This restores muscle elasticity, improves tone, promotes lymphatic drainage, and boosts skin health.

Benefits for your Body

This technique helps to work out all the tissues of the oral cavity and build the correct architecture of the face towards the young. It restores the chewing muscles that are responsible for the position of the lower jaw, for aging of the face, in which sagging on the face appears, for the formation of nasolabial folds and for many problems with our face, both age-related and related to health.

Works out oral cavity tissues

Builds youthful facial architecture

Restores chewing muscles

Reduces facial sagging and nasolabial folds

Addresses age-related facial issues

“Working with the bones of the face and skull is based on osteotechnics, and this procedure is very pleasant and relaxing.”

– Marina

Treatment OPTIONS

Session 1

Buccal Facial Massage

60 Minutes

Working out the facial and chewing muscles

Work with the upper and lower jaw

Work with tongue

Intranasal exposure

Session 2

Buccal Maintenance

40 minutes

Work with the chewing muscles

Work with temporal muscles

When performing a massage, the individual characteristics of each client are taken into account. The number of procedures and the program are compiled individually depending on the tasks and needs being solved.

Working with the chewing muscles

chewing muscles

During a buccal massage, the facial and chewing muscles of the face are worked. This massage is especially recommended for those who suffer from bruxism.

Bruxism is a condition in which involuntary clenching of the jaw and grinding of teeth occurs. And, as a result, hypertonicity of the masticatory muscles. Often this condition becomes an obstacle not only to implantation, but also to traditional dental prosthetics, installation of veneers, and even achieving high results of orthodontic treatment.

Work with the Chewing Muscles

By targeting the root causes, we can rejuvenate the face and bring back its youthful glow.

Intranasal exposure

Intranasal technique is aimed at deformations of the central part of the face.The specialist works through the nasal passage, releasing the slipped, fixed structures in the area of the nose, forehead and eyes.

Congestion disappears, the nasal passages expand, all structures of the nose come into balance: bones, cartilage, etc.
As a result, the architecture of the face is rebuilt, the nasolabial folds are smoothed out and the appearance is improved.

Corrects Facial Deformations

Reduces Nasal Congestion

Balances Nose Structures

Enhances Facial Appearance

There are certain conditions which would make facial procedure unsuitable

Contraindications for Facial Treatments

Before diving into any treatment, it’s vital to understand if it’s right for you. Learn about common contraindications that might impact your facial therapy experience.