Botox and Juvederm


Services we provide with Botox and Juvederm:

    • *Reduction and smoothing of fine lines and wrinkles of the face in conjunction with smile enhancement
    • *Subtle recontouring of the lips to improve esthetics
    • *Treatment for migraine and TMJ pain
    • *Relaxing of facial musculature to reduce clenching and grinding of teeth
    • *Lifting up the corners of the mouth to improve lip contour and reduce the risk of infection and irritation in that area
    • *Reduction of the “gummy” smile

Why should I have Botox or Juvederm treatments by a dentist?

Dentists are “smile specialists.” We are trained to look at the proportions of your entire face in order to create a beautiful smile, and no other professional is better trained in the relationship of the teeth to the lips.

Cosmetic dentistry and smile design are about balance and subtle changes that make the results appear natural.

Dentists are comfortable with injections as part of daily practice, and we understand facial musculature and its relationship to the TMJs and occlusion.  The patented protocol for using Botox to treat TMJ dysfunction was developed by a dentist who personally trained our dentists.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Are treatments painless?

Dentists are experts in injections and anesthetic techniques, resulting in no pain or minimal discomfort during treatments.

How long do treatments last?

Botox typically lasts 3-4 months while Juvederm can last for up to 9 months. This depends on the person and the situation.

How long are treatments?

Treatments are typically 10-25 minutes.

Are Botox and Juvederm treatments safe?

Treatment with Botox and Juvederm is minimally-invasive. Botox is a purified protein that relaxes muscles. It has been used for many years as a therapeutic treatment in many areas of the body. Juvederm is a gel of hyaluronic acid, which is naturally found in younger skin and diminishes as we age.

How are Botox and Juvederm different?

Botox relaxes muscles, while Juvederm fills and smoothes wrinkles and folds.