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Botox

Did you know Botox does much more than eliminate wrinkles?

Botox is great for facial aesthetics and it can also help with your dental problems! Look over the list below and learn how Botox can benefit you:

Treat your TMJ and relieve your jaw pain.

TMJ (temporo-mandibular joint) disorders cause jaw tension, soreness, and discomfort. Botox relieves jaw tension by making muscles unable to engage in the powerful, often unconscious movement of the jaw that produces headaches and pain.

Reduce or eliminate your pain associated with clenching and grinding teeth.

Botox treatments often eliminate headaches resulting from teeth grinding, and in cases of severe stress, Botox can even minimize lock jaw.

Call today to speak with one of our team members about how Botox can better your life! GIVE US A CALL  at (208) 664-2160

Botox FAQs

Q: How long does the procedure last?

A: The length of the procedure depends on the individual patient’s response to Botox treatment. Ask your dentist prior to your appointment for a time estimate.

Q: Is the treatment painful?

A: Associated pain is due to injections but is generally short and minimal. Some patients have compared Botox to a “bug bite”. If you are afraid of needles, we are happy to offer you “Happy Gas” at a small additional fee.

Q: What can I expect after the treatment?

A: After treatment, muscle tenderness will improve within a few days. There may be mild temporary bruising, numbness, or redness at the injection site.