Look Younger and Feel Better
If you’ve ever wanted to look younger and feel better, now is your time. Our advanced smile professionals offer the powerful benefits of Botox® to relieve pain and refresh your beauty.
Millions of people use Botox® to restore a fresher, smoother, more youthful appearance. The purified protein released during Botox® treatment has been proven to effectively relax facial muscles to reduce or eliminate wrinkles and lines.
How Does Botox® Refresh Beauty?
Within 3 to 5 days, the purified protein released during Botox® treatment allows the treated facial muscles to relax. With the muscles relaxed, your skin lays flat to effectively reduce or eliminate wrinkles. Untreated facial muscles remain unaffected; allowing related facial expressions to function normally.
How Long Does Botox Treatment Last?
Treatment takes only a few minutes and typically lasts for about 3 months. However, Botox® can help train your facial muscles to reduce wrinkles and lines for longer periods.
Our team of advanced smile professionals can also help you enjoy a total makeover by combining Botox® treatment with transformative cosmetic dental solutions for a beautiful new you.
Many people suffer headaches, migraines, and tension pain related to bite issues or TMJ Syndrome. Botox® can effectively relieve TMJ symptoms and jaw tension to alleviate headaches, migraines and facial pain.
What is TMJ Syndrome?
TMJ Syndrome occurs when the Temporomandibular Joint becomes displaced or overworked. Some common causes are habitual teeth grinding, teeth clenching, gum chewing, fingernail biting or stress issues. The result is often tension related headaches, migraines and facial pain.
How Does Botox® Relieve Pain?
Botox allows the muscles normally engaged in habitual and often unconscious activities like clenching and grinding to relax. As the muscles relax, the associated pain is relieved. Botox® is FDA approved to relieve migraine headaches.
If you’d like to learn more about how Botox® can help you, please contact the Great Lakes team today.