Benefits of Botox

Benefits of Botox

Lacking confidence in your smile does not have to be endured any longer. With the help of Michigan Implants and Periodontics, you can achieve your poised smile through Botox. Although Botox is widely known as a cosmetic procedure, the whole team at Michigan Implants and Periodontics are able to turn this treatment into a way to provide you with a wide range of benefits, through dentistry. If you have ever wondered how Botox can translate into dentistry, here is your guide to understanding the available treatment plans.

Firstly, a basis of how Botox works is necessary. Botox is injected into the necessary areas, to block nerve signals from reaching the muscles. While this may seem basic, it works wonders, because without the muscles getting the signals to move, you no longer face dealing with the lines and wrinkles, because your muscle stays relaxed.

Botox translates into dentistry because it helps situations such as TMJ issues. TMJ is your temporomandibular joint, which connects your jaw to your skull. This joint is the piece of the body that aids in the motion of opening and closing your jaw. When you suffer from TMJ pain, eating and speaking is difficult and agonizing. Botox can be injected by your dental professional, to relax the muscle in the area, which will allow your pain to dissipate.

Another way dentists have adapted Botox into the field is easing your facial muscles from fine lines around the smile. You should never have to feel as if you do not want to smile in front of anyone because of minor facial marks. With the help of your dentist and Botox, the areas can be injected, allowing your muscles to relax and not allow for those nuisances.

Some of the perks associated with facial rejuvenation includes:

  • Hydrating your skin for a glow and youthful look
  • Tightening your skin, reducing wrinkles
  • Lightening darker pigmentation in skin
  • Lasting results, up to 6 months

If you believe Botox is a perfect solution for you to gain back your confidence or to ease your facial pains, contact your doctor at Michigan Implants and Periodontics. Dr. Katranji and your team of specialists will be able to help you find your solution and create the perfect treatment plan for you.