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Clinical results have proven that Facial-Flex® offers efficacy in both cosmetic and therapeutic arenas. The product was originally developed to help severely burned patients recover flexibility and strength in their facial muscles, but its aesthetic benefits were quickly realized.

In an 8-week study, using Facial-Flex® just 4 minutes a day resulted in facial muscles being strengthened by 250%, skin firmness improved by 32% and blood flow increased by 10%. Overall, participants reported face-toning, facelifting results to facial skin.

Facial-Flex® has been tested in a number of clinical studies, with results published in The Journal of the Society of Investigative Dermatology and The Journal of Geriatric Dermatology.


The Journal of Geriatric Dermatology
A Mechanically Aided Resistance Exercise Program for Sagging Facial Muscles

By Gary L. Grove, Ph.D., Stan W. Rimdzius, B.S., Charles R. Zerweck, Ph.D.

In this study, 8 healthy, older females with some signs of facial laxity followed a mechanically aided exercise program based on progressive resistance for 8 weeks.
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Society for Investigative Dermatology
Changes in Facial Skin Biomechanics Due to a Mechanically Aided Resistance Exercise Program

By G. L. Grove, S. W. Rimdzius, M. J. Grove

In this study, 15 healthy older females with some signs of facial laxity followed a mechanically aided facial exercise program based on progressive resistance for 3 months.
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Temple University School of Dentistry:
A Clinical Study of the Effects of Facial-Flex® in Patients with TMD

By Zarrinnia K, Braun RJ, Straja SR, Temple University School of Dentistry

This pilot study examined the effects of the use of Facial-Flex to treat TMD.
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A Clinical Study of the Effects of Facial-Flex® in Patients with TMD
By Drs. R. Braun and K. Zarrinnia

The authors tested two groups of female patients with TMD to evaluate the benefits of using the Facial-Flex exerciser over a 60-day period.
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Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal:
Lip Service for the Stiff Upper Lip

By Barry M. Zide, M.D., James P. Bradley, M.D., Michael T. Longaker, M.D.

This study shows success in treating post-reconstruction and post-augmentation stiff upper lip with a therapeutic device and treatment regimen.
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University of Maryland
Interim Report for Facial-Flex® Corporation

By Edward G. Grace, D.D.S., M.A.

The purpose of the study was to evaluate the clinical performance of the Facial-Flex device and validate that it performs as intended: to reduce muscle tension and increase muscle strength and muscle tone in patients with muscle dysfunction and/or muscle pain, associated with specific Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMD).
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Parkinson's Disease
By Dr. Joseph R. Spiegel, M.D.

This study outlines an 85-year-old patient's recovery after a 3-week exercise period using Facial-Flex.
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The TMJ Oral-Flex® Exercise System

This study tested the use of the Facial-Flex exerciser as a supplement to the dental-oral appliances used to treat snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.
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