Northwest Arkansas Family Dental
Fayetteville, AR Dentist

BOTOX® Does More than Reduce Fine Lines and Wrinkles!

June 26, 2020
Posted By: Northwest Arkansas Family Dental

Your dentist in Fayetteville is a myofascial expert, which means he understands that oral health and aesthetics are not limited to your teeth and gums. There is also your jaw health to consider, and we can even help improve the appearance of your skin.

What Is BOTOX?

We derive BOTOX from the bacteria botulin. It has been used safely in a variety of medical and dental treatments for decades.

In our dental office, BOTOX is administered with a gentle hand, and our patients have loved their results and their BOTOX treatment.

To deliver BOTOX to the proper location, your dentist relies on a fine needle. Most patients compare this to a minor sting rather than a poke.

How Do You Use BOTOX in Fayetteville, AR?

We use BOTOX to treat headaches, including migraines, for jaw pain caused by clenching and grinding your teeth—bruxism, and in the treatment of temporomandibular dysfunction.

Administering BOTOX in the jaw helps reduce the force you exert while you sleep and grind your teeth. It can also help with TMJ pain, allowing you to eat your favorite foods and live more comfortably.

BOTOX can also reduce fine lines and wrinkles in the face, including the neck, eye, and smile line areas.

Following treatment, you may notice skin discoloration, bruising, or mild soreness, but this subsides within a few days and responds well to over-the-counter pain medications.

Contact Our Dental Team for BOTOX Therapy in Fayetteville

If you’re looking for skin treatments, we invite you to contact a team member to schedule a consultation. Also, contact our dental office if you have any questions about BOTOX or our other treatment options.

If you think you may have TMJ or bruxism, contact us today. The team at Northwest Arkansas Family Dental is proud of the successes we’ve had with TMJ and Bruxism treatments in Fayetteville and the surrounding locations.

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