Medical botox

Although botox has long been associated with cosmetic rejuvenation and wrinkle treatment, the use of
medical botox has expanded significantly in recent years. Medical botox, or botulinum toxin, has been
shown to be an effective treatment for a number of medical conditions. One of the most recognized uses
for medical botox is the treatment of migraines. Studies have shown that injections of botox into certain
areas of the head and neck can reduce the frequency and severity of migraine attacks. This form of
treatment has provided significant relief for many patients suffering from chronic migraines.
There is also confirmed medical use of botulinum toxin A/Botox against teeth grinding and jaw pain,
tension headaches, muscle spasms or other disorders. Every year botox helps many people annually to
significantly improve their quality of life.
It is important to note that although medical botox has been shown to be an effective treatment for many
conditions, it should only be administered by qualified healthcare professionals. Dosing and
administration of botox requires careful, professional judgment to ensure optimal effect and avoid
unwanted side effects. In our practice, the treatment itself is carried out by an oral surgeon, is safe and normally involves no risk.