Botox Use in Dentistry
Dr. John-Varghese has been specially trained in the use of Botox for dental treatments. Patients suffering from teeth grinding and clenching, temporomandibular disorder and associated headaches from these conditions, find relief from Botox treatments. Dr. John-Verghese is dedicated to finding you safe treatment methods that help you deal with your pain and dysfunction.
Dr. John-Varghese Has a Leg-Up on the Competition
Dr. John-Varghese provides you with a level of treatment that many Botox treatment providers can’t touch. This is because she has had thorough training in the bone and muscular architecture of your face. She knows how to help you retain your natural looks while relieving your symptoms. The advanced training Dr. John-Varghese has received in the oral and maxillofacial areas (that means the face from chin to forehead) qualifies her for Botox artistry. Lip lines, puckered chins and upside down or gummy smiles, need customizing, targeted treatment for natural results. The precision provides gives you the results you want.
Botox for Teeth Grinding Treatment
Do you chronically grind your teeth? The habit can occur during the day or at night and cause unwanted and unpleasant health effects. If you don’t do anything about your teeth grinding you can damage your natural teeth and cause yourself unnecessary head, neck and jaw pain. Botox helps stop your teeth grinding by relaxing the contributing muscles involved. When these muscles relax, your symptoms also relax and dissipate. Botox can also be used to help relax the muscles that are causing TMJ symptoms and pain.
How Botox Helps In Other Ways
Botox is also used to support aesthetic dentistry cases, to help patients avoid the surgical treatment of high lip line cases. Botox can also help denture patients who have trouble adjusting to new dentures, it aids in lip augmentation, and has
Therapeutic dental Botox offers relief for:
- headache pain resulting from muscle tension in the head, face, and neck
- headaches resulting from bite issues such as TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) Syndrome
- persistent clenching and grinding of the teeth
- “gummy” smiles due to over-retracted upper lips
- upside-down smiles (as it takes more muscles to frown compared to smiling)
- lip lines and puckered chins
You can be assured that Dr. John-Varghese will determine the best treatment for you and deliver this treatment in a very safe and professional way. Give Lyons Dental a call today to see if Botox is right for you.
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