Our faces are the most distinct and individual aspects of our appearance. There are times, however, when we notice that our appearance has slowly started to change, and one of those shifts happens along the line of our cheeks. This article will discuss what causes sunken cheeks and how to manage them.
We all get wrinkles. Some may develop them at a younger age depending on factors like sun exposure or genetics. With a multitude of anti-aging products on the market that claim to reverse unsightly lines, it can be hard to know which ones actually work.
In this article we’ll help you understand exactly what wrinkles are and give you some helpful tips on reducing their appearance.
Lockjaw restricts movement of the mouth and essentially gets stuck in a closed position, where there isn’t a large range of motion. It may seem scary, but most cases of lockjaw are temporary, and you may be able to recover quickly... Read on to learn more about lockjaw, its effects and treatments.
The muscles in your jaw and chin are critical to daily functioning and long-term health. A healthy, toned jawline isn’t just attractive, it’s also necessary in maintaining proper physical performance and good facial structure.
Much like in the rest of your body, the muscles in your face also need a workout to remain in their best shape. Stronger muscles mean better elasticity, and a regular exercise routine could do wonders for all 42 of them.
Today's world is more tech-reliant than ever, and starting at smartphones and tablets all day puts strain on our neck and back.
The good news is that you don’t have to suffer — In this article, we’ll discuss the basics of chin tucking, how to do different chin tuck exercises, and some results you can expect from regular practice.
Tooth malocclusions such as overjet and overbite are common dental conditions that are often confused. Since understanding your smile is important for more than just the way you look, we’ll take a closer look at these alignment issues, and the differences between them.
As you age, your skin loses its elasticity and becomes thinner, which unfortunately, leads to saggy skin. Jowls, which is saggy skin around the jaw, is more pronounced on people who have less fat or collagen under their chin and cheeks.
Although they are more prominent in older adults, young people in their twenties or even younger may develop jowls due to various environmental, genetic and physiological factors.
Do you even know what the masseter muscle is? You’re not alone if you have no idea what this is, nor heard of it. What’s interesting is it’s a muscle you don’t even realize you use daily! Given all the work it does, it can be stressed and overworked, which can then cause painful problems.