What is Botulism Toxin?

BOTOX, or botulinum toxin, is an FDA-approved treatment that temporarily reduces/inactivates muscles of the face to relieve facial pain stemming from clenching teeth. Doctors and dentists like to use BOTOX to reduce muscle activity that causes tension and migraine headaches. In addition, BOTOX relaxes fine lines above the targeted muscles to relieve muscle pain and treats a smile that shows off too much of the gums to achieve better symmetry when you flash your pearly whites.

How does BOTOX work?

BOTOX helps keep pain at bay, particularly for those struggling with conditions caused by muscular dysfunction, such as chronic tension headaches, clenching and grinding habits and temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ).

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How long does BOTOX last?

After your initial injections, you should begin to feel lasting pain relief or notice a reduction in your facial pain and/or clenching habit within the first 10-14 days. In most cases, the effects of BOTOX wear off gradually and last for about three months. To ensure you feel your best, obtaining maintenance treatments is recommended between 3-4 months following your initial visit. BOTOX is a safe, effective alternative to surgery for pain. To schedule an appointment, call the office, or book a virtual visit online today.

But did you know that this injectable treatment is not just for wrinkles anymore? It can help address the following concerns:

  • Clenching and grinding habits
  • Migraine headaches
  • Pain associated with TMJ
  • A gummy smile
  • Wrinkles & fine lines

Therapeutic Botulism Toxin Near Me, 90210 - How it Works

BOTOX may help keep pain at bay, especially for those struggling with conditions caused by muscular dysfunction. These can include functions such as chronic tension headaches, grinding habits, clenching and temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ).

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Contact Us For BOTOX Treatment in Beverly Hills

To make an appointment, call our office at 323-287-1120 or simply schedule an appointment and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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