When to Consider Dental Botox®

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Thinking about getting Botox® treatments from a dentist? Dental Botox® is now becoming more popular among dental patients. While doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dermatologists and plastic surgeons are often the go-to medical professionals for Botox® treatments, dentists are now part of this group. The fact that dentists are specifically trained in how the facial muscles and facial structures work makes choosing a dentist to provide you with Botox® treatments an option.

When to consider dental Botox®

Wondering when you should consider getting dental Botox®? There are many different options when it comes to using Botox®. For example, those who are experiencing painful headaches can consider getting dental Botox® to see if it brings them relief.

What dental Botox® can be used to treat

The list below includes three common reasons that people choose to make an appointment with a dentist when interested in getting dental Botox®.

They want to minimize their headache pain

Many people experience headaches due to muscle tension in their forehead, which can be ongoing or intermittent. When someone is diagnosed with TMJ, it is also likely that they will experience headache pain. A bruxism diagnosis can also lead to someone experiencing chronic headaches, as this type of diagnosis means they are often clenching or grinding their teeth.

They want to minimize the look of facial wrinkles

According to the American Academy of Facial Esthetics, the most common uses for Botox® is a smoothing of the facial wrinkles of the forehead, between the eyes and around the corners of the eyes. Dental Botox® can minimize the look of facial wrinkles, as once it is injected, it temporary paralyzes the muscles that cause wrinkles to show. What many people do not realize is that Botox® not only can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, but it can also help prevent any new wrinkles from developing.

They want to enhance their smile

When someone has a gummy smile, which means that they feel like too much of their gums show when they smile, dental Botox® can be used to help correct this problem. Many people also have what is known as an upside-down smile, which means it is easier for them to frown than smile. Dental Botox® can be used to help address this. These issues are why so many people are choosing to see their dentist first when interested in receiving Botox® injections for cosmetic reasons.

Are you in need of a Botox® appointment?

If you are interested in getting dental Botox®, we invite you to contact us now so we can get you scheduled in for a timely appointment. This first consultation is important, as you are welcome to ask any questions about getting Botox® from a dentist. It is also a time for you to be informed on how dental Botox® can specifically help you and your problems. The more you understand about Botox® injections and how they can help you, the more likely you are to make a decision that is right for you.

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