Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon Dr. Osborn Boston, Massachusetts 02210

Name: Timothy Osborn, MD
Last name: Osborn
Began aesthetic medicine in: 2010
Years experience: 10
Primary Specialty: Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon
Website: https://www.seaportsmiles.com/
Business: Seaport Smiles
Address: 268 Summer St.
Address suite: 2nd Fl.
Phone: (617) 340-2014
International phone number: +16173402014
City: Boston
State: Massachusetts
Zip Code: 02210
Country: US
Statement: A combination of the latest treatments and technologies and a genuine passion for patient care allow us to provide out patients with optimal experiences and results in our office every day. Whether you are here for aesthetic or health reasons, we welcome you to our practice.
Consulting Fees: 250$
Consultation note: Consultation Fee: $250. to which is applied towards service received from practice
Has Sponsored Offer : No

Special Offers
Offer #1: Free Rhinoplasty Consultation
Special Offer Treatments: Rhinoplasty
End Time: all the time
Detail: In-person or virtual

Offer #2: 10% off Botox!
Special Offer Treatments: Botox
End Time: all the time
Detail: New patients only.

Clinical Privileges
  • Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center, Boston Medical Center
  • Undergraduate: BS, Biomedical Sciences, St. Cloud State University, 2000
  • Dental: DDS, University of Minnesota, 2004
  • Medical: MD, Oregon Health & Science University, 2008

Timothy Osborn, MD

Postdoc Training
  • Residencies:
  • General Surgery, Oregon Health & Science University, 2009
  • Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Oregon Health & Science University, 2010
  • Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery, Legacy Emanuel Hospital, 2010

GPS coordinates on map: 42.3589,-71.05780029

Primary location
Location name: Boston
State: MA
Country: US
Map point: 42.3589,-71.05780029
  • Adam’s Apple Reduction
  • African American Rhinoplasty
  • Botox
  • Botox for Hyperhidrosis
  • Botox for Migraines
  • Botox for TMJ
  • Braces
  • Brow Lift
  • Buccal Fat Removal
  • Cheek Augmentation
  • Cheek Lift
  • Chin Filler
  • Chin Implant
  • Chin Liposuction
  • Chin Surgery
  • Clear Braces
  • ClearCorrect
  • Cleft Lip And Palate Repair
  • Cyst Removal
  • Dark Circles Under Eye Treatment
  • Deep Plane Facelift
  • Dental Implants
  • Double Eyelid Surgery
  • Ear Surgery
  • Earlobe Surgery
  • Eye Bags Treatment
  • Eyelid Surgery
  • Facelift
  • Facelift Revision
  • Facial Fat Transfer
  • Facial Feminization Surgery
  • Facial Reconstructive Surgery
  • Forehead Lift
  • Forehead Reduction
  • Hyperhidrosis Treatment
  • Injectable Fillers
  • Internal Tooth Bleaching
  • Invisalign
  • Jaw Reduction
  • Latisse
  • Lip Augmentation
  • Lip Lift
  • Lip Reduction
  • Lip Repositioning
  • Lip Surgery
  • Lipoma Removal
  • Liquid Facelift
  • MACS Facelift
  • Mole Removal
  • MTF Facial Feminization Surgery
  • Neck Lift
  • Nonsurgical Nose Job
  • Nose Surgery
  • Orthognathic Surgery
  • PRP for Hair Loss
  • PRP Injections
  • Radiesse
  • Restylane
  • Revision Rhinoplasty
  • Rhinoplasty
  • Scar Removal
  • Scars Treatment
  • Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment
  • Septoplasty
  • Skin Cancer Treatment
  • Sleep Apnea Treatment
  • SMAS Facelift
  • Smile Makeover
  • TMJ Treatment
  • Volbella
  • Vollure
  • Voluma
  • Wisdom Teeth Removal

RealSelf Info

  • Faculty of the Year, Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, 2012 – 2014
  • Best Faculty Award, Boston University, 2012 – 2014, 2017 – 2018
  • Finalist, Metcalf Award for Excellence in Teaching, Boston University, 2017 – 2018

Rating: 4.9
Profile views: 2031
Answer count: 36
Review count: 19
Anonymous votes: 0
Offer count: 2
Profile created: Jul 21, 2015
Profile modified: Sep 20, 2020
Profile promotion: Yes
Profile inactive: No
Premier status: Performance
Tier: Free-Unclaimed
RealCare Promise: No
Directory link: Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon
RealSelf’s PRO: Yes
Doctor Designation Start Time: Jul 21, 2019
Doctor Designation End Time: Jan 1, 2033


  • Boston, MA, US. GPS coordinates: 42.3589,-71.05780029

Latest ratings of treatments

  • Buccal Fat Removal (Mar 2020) – 4/5
  • Botox (May 2020) – 5/5
  • Nonsurgical Nose Job (Dec 2019) – 5/5
  • Buccal Fat Removal (Feb 2020) – 4/5
  • Botox for TMJ (Feb 2020) – 5/5
  • Juvederm (Feb 2020) – 5/5
  • Orthognathic Surgery (Oct 2019) – 5/5
  • Wisdom Teeth Removal (Dec 2019) – 5/5
  • Botox for Migraines (Dec 2019) – 5/5
  • Rhinoplasty (Nov 2019) – 5/5
  • Migraine Surgery (Nov 2019) – 5/5
  • Septoplasty (Aug 2019) – 5/5
  • Orthognathic Surgery (Mar 2019) – 5/5
  • Nose Surgery (Aug 2019) – 5/5
  • Rhinoplasty (Aug 2019) – 5/5

Latest Prices

Buccal Fat Removal Prices

  • $2500 – Mar 27, 2020
  • $2200 – Feb 27, 2020

Nonsurgical Nose Job Prices

  • $650 – Dec 14, 2019

Special Offers

Start Time / End Time

10% off Botox!
Apr 7, 2020 /
May 17, 2033
New patients only.
Specific treatments

Free Rhinoplasty Consultation
Apr 7, 2020 /
May 17, 2033
In-person or virtual
Specific treatments

Doctor's answers

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Should I get a smaller size implant or get my medium sized shaved down?
Consider genioplasty
Aug 4, 2020
It is not uncommon to have an imbalance after an implant. They are usually made to fit "everyone" and end up too broad. For some people that is what they are looking for and they do great. In most cases, by doing genioplasty, you are able to move the chin along with the soft tissue so you end up with a more natural appearance that is better supported. Recontouring medpor is possible but increases your likelihood of failure from re-exposing it. No matter what, at a month I would give it some...
Can nerve damage from wisdom teeth removal cause facial nerve damage which may cause facial paralysi
Different nerve
Aug 4, 2020
It is likely the mandibular nerve going to your lip/chin. Shouldn't really change your facial features and the facial nerve is not in the same ballpark.
Can anyone explain possible options to contour this divot and the possible costs?
Dorsal Grafting and tip refinement
Aug 4, 2020
You have likely had some resorption of any grafts that were placed and over time the skin sleeve will retract, but never how you want it to without support. You have a low radix and your columella has retracted which is why the tip is rotated down. Ultimately you would need some dorsal augmentation and elevation at the glabella to cover the "divot" and restore balance. Additional tip and columellar grafting would help refine the tip as well. Just like any secondary rhino, it will be deciding...
What's happening to my nose 3 years (surgery was in Nov 2017) post-rhinoplasty?
Dorsal Onlay
Aug 4, 2020
The tip itself looks great, but your dorsum is very low which leads to imbalance and loss of tip definition. A dorsal onlay graft and radix graft will help balance the tip. If it's getting wide when you smile, either an alar base excision or alar cinch can help minimize that. In theory if you tighten the skin sleeve by dorsal augmentation it may help eliminate some of the soft tissue mobility at the alar rim when you smile.
Can you get "Spock " brows and lowered lids at the same time?
Muscle imbalance
Aug 3, 2020
It is not uncommon to have an imbalance between elevators and depressors, and you have a common side effect when the glabella is injected and the lateral brow is undertreated. Good thing is it is relatively easy to fix the elevated brow with a 1 or 2u injection above the brow. Next round ask them to ease off the glabellar injection esp if they are injecting just above your brow to the mid-pupil. I always recommend pts find someone who does both headaches and cosmetic as you will get the...
Hourglass deformity after Botox into temporalis muscle.
Muscle may have atrophied
Aug 3, 2020
It is not uncommon to have a response like yours. The muscle itself has likely recovered but it is possible that the fat covering around the muscle has atrophied. If it is 6 months it may not come back. Unfortunately there is no way to easily determine who will have a response like this. But good news, it is treatable. Just like any lipoatrophy, a filler or an implant can be a good way to restore contour. Radiesse is semi-permanent and would be what I would look into for treatment. You could...
Is it possible to have my neurologist who uses Botox to treat my migraines also treat my TMJ, one of
You are not alone
Aug 3, 2020
I see it frequently that neurologists will treat headaches to the PREEMPT protocol which did not include the jaw (masseter) muscles. It is a very common cause for TMJ pain and migraines and I would say 90% of my migraineurs benefit from TMJ-related injections. The main reason I have encountered is the risk to the facial nerve, which is very low but does happen. Like most things, ask and if they won't do it you may be able to find someone who will treat both.
I need to find a medical doctor, not a dentist, to inject Botox for my TMJ
Maxillofacial Doc
Aug 3, 2020
There are a few of us out there who do botox for facial pain, headaches, and TMJ who are dual dental/medical. Look in metropolitan areas or academic centers.
Botox for bruxism and enlarged masseter?
Good for both
Aug 3, 2020
Botox works well for both masseteric hypertrophy and the bruxism. It may not eliminate the grinding, but it does prevent your muscle from working so hard that it causes pain and injury. I use it frequently for both conditions, whether aesthetic or for jaw pain/bruxism. If you have never had botox, 25-30u on each side should be a good starting place. Your R looks a little bit larger (common to have asymmetry) so maybe extra 5u. You can always add if not reduced sufficiently or you are still...
Am I a good candidate for botox? I have bad TMJ and painful migraines.
Multiple factors
Aug 3, 2020
Headaches are typically not from one cause. You should keep a headache journal to see if you can identify triggers. In terms of your TMJ, it is very common to have migraines along with jaw pain. If you have tried lifestyle modification, medication, and trigger removal, botox may be a great option for you. More commonly now, I am moving right to botox for combined TMJ/migraine disorders. Discuss it with your doctor and try isolating your triggers for both jaw pain and headaches.
Does Botox have the same effect as a local anesthetic?
Variation on theme
Aug 3, 2020
ON and migraines often occur together. Trigger point injections with local anesthetic +/- steroid can be effective. ON is a nerve compression and botox can relax the semispinalis muscle compressing the nerve as well as act in the nerve itself much like the relief people get with migraines. Local anesthetic blocks conduction of the nerve and can provide some peripheral relief of ON and migraines. If I have a patient who has a good response to local blocks for headache or ON, in general they...
I have chronic migraines and was recommended Botox for migraines. Will Botox erase the lines too? (p
Dual benefit
Aug 3, 2020
It is a common myth that when you get botox for headache you have to sacrifice function for relief. While there are no studies evaluating the correct dose or pattern of injection for migraines, we treat headaches in the forehead exactly as we would for migraines. Most of our patients are long-term and we get to know their appropriate dose so are able to balance removing wrinkles with headache relief. We start with a cosmetic dose and add if needed. Occasionally if we don't get symptom...
Will Botox for TMJ change my face a lot if I just get it here and there to ease the tension?
CMF surgeon that treats both headache/TMJ and does aesthetics
Aug 3, 2020
Just like any procedure, the best person to do it is not so much a particular specialty, but someone who treats your condition that you trust. A CMF surgeon who does both aesthetic surgery as well as treats TMJ will be the best. You would be able to express the type of look you want (or want to avoid) and discuss how your symptoms are relative. It is very common to get treated by an aesthetic person who will treat you to remove wrinkles but not your pain/muscle spasm; or be treated by a pain...
During a maxillary impaction to cure gummy smile, does the upper jaw move forward slightly?
Aug 3, 2020
The upper jaw will move forward by moving vertically. It will likely be about 3mm forward if the impaction is the full 6mm. Anytime I do these, I often have a backup of doing lower jaw surgery bc you will be at risk of an open bite in the front from the impaction. It moves up easily in the front, not so much in the back. If you have a steep occlusal plane, you will be able to go up more in front than back, which makes it a much easier procedure. Other things to consider are how long the...
What to do about my jaw?
Aug 3, 2020
I think MMA would be over-treatment. You could define your angles with an implant and consider doing a chin implant or genioplasty to lengthen and define the jawline. Custom is great, but not necessary (and definitely more expensive). Any of the procedures are commonly done, the benefit of augmentation is a faster recovery and I routinely do them in the office with sedation.

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