Dermatologists reveal what Washington politicos do to their faces.
There’s been a mini-epidemic of teeth grinding in Washington, D.C., since Trump’s election. Often a sign of stress, grinding can cause headaches, jaw pain, and even an enlarged, squared-off jawline. The fix? Botox injections into the masseter muscle, which makes your jaw move. It’s a procedure that Dr. Tina Alster, a dermatologist who’s been practicing in D.C. for 30 years, used to do maybe once or twice a month. Since the election, she’s been doing one or two every day.