BOTOX and Injectable Fillers
BOTOX is applied in areas of the face where wrinkles occur to help relieve muscle tension stress which reduces the wrinkles. BOTOX is a trusted product, administered over 7 million times a year and has been in the market for over 15 years. BOTOX is also administered for migraine headaches, TMJ, and other muscular related tension issues.
You can benefit from your dentist’s extensive musculoskeletal training and awareness of facial and mouth muscles to expertly place injectables properly to reduce frown lines and the look of aging with BOTOX.
The term ‘injectables’ can mean muscle relaxants such as BOTOX or other types of collagen fillers. Injectables can be used to reduce lines and wrinkles, adjust a crooked pulling smile, and also to lightly fill areas where volume is decreased. Injectables can certainly brighten up your smile and face when applied correctly. Dr. Sweta Gunnell received her certificate from AAFE to offer BOTOX to patients as a stand-alone service or as a compliment to cosmetic dentistry.
Considering being treated with BOTOX for cosmetic and aesthetic purposes at your dentist’s office? Once you consider a few facts about your dentist and cosmetic dentistry services, it’s an obvious natural fit. Your cosmetic dentist has years of experience working with facial muscles and is familiar with your face, your mouth and your smile. Your dentist also has experience in the administration of the BOTOX product as a medical treatment.
- Dentists are trained doctors and well-practiced in the facial musculoskeletal systems.
- Dentists precisely understand your face and mouth muscles.
- Dentists are trained and experienced in the use of BOTOX to treat dental problems like TMJ (Temporomandibular joint) disorders and reducing fatigue of teeth clenching and chronic migraine headaches with the use of BOTOX.
- Your dentist is already a trusted and knowledgeable provider of BOTOX for multiple facial needs.