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MEDICAL BOTOX

Pain, discomfort or excessive sweating. Botox can help.

Not just for anti-aging, Botox™ offers several medical benefits.

Did you know that Botox™ is considered one of the safest and most tested injectable substance in the world? Doctors and dermatologists have been using the modified Botulinum toxin for centuries to temporarily paralyze muscles that cause a range of medical conditions.
 
 

Botox Therapeutic for Migraine Headaches.

Help is here. Migraine sufferers rejoice, there is relief for your debilitating pain. Chronic migraines are classified as intense headaches that last for 4 hours or more and/or occur at least 15 days per month. With strategic and targeted injection sites on the face, head and neck, symptoms can be reduced and patients can return to a normal life.
 
 

Botox Therapy for Teeth Grinding.

Jaw, ear or eye pain may be caused by TMJ (Temporomandibular joint Syndrome) or Bruxism. This condition affects the muscles in the jaw that are responsible for chewing. Chronic increased tension in these muscles causes teeth grinding at night and soreness during the day. The over use of these muscles is also known to increase the size of the jawline. An added bonus to treating this painful condition is the added effects of jawline slimming!
 
 

Botox Medical for Excessive Sweating.

Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that causes excessive sweating in men and women and even young adults. Patents may experience abnormal amounts of sweating in the under arms, hands and other areas. By introducing Botox into the area(s) of concern with several small injections, the condition can be reversed for up to 6 months.
 
 

Medicinal Botox for Eye Twitching.

Blepharospasm is a nerve condition that causes uncontrollable eye blinking or spasms. While this condition is rare it can impair many patient activities, such as driving, walking, reading, and watching TV. Treating the affected eye with Botox injections can significantly improve and often completely correct the symptoms as long as injections are repeated according to your physicians directive.
 
 

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