Botox and Fillers

Cosmetic and general dentist Dr. Nabors has undergone extensive training to administer Botox and dermal fillers to his patients. Botox and fillers can help patients look and feel their best, by providing benefits like smoothing signs of aging or reducing jaw pain.

Botox Treatment for Jaw Pain

Botox is an effective alternative treatment used for TMJ disorders, bruxism, and other jaw pain. The TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, is located on either side of the head, where the jawbone meets the skull. The TMJ can become displaced or inflamed through teeth grinding or trauma, resulting in difficulties with talking, eating, and swallowing.

Botox is a purified protein that can be injected into the muscles. Botox will relax the facial muscles to help relieve jaw tension and pain. If you are experiencing headaches, facial pain, or other symptoms of TMD, Botox may be the right treatment for you.

Botox Cosmetic Treatment

Botox can also be used to slow the signs of facial aging. You don’t need surgery or invasive treatments to restore your youthful appearance–Botox can be performed in minutes to eliminate aging lines!

Botox Cosmetic can be administered through a few tiny injections and will improve the appearance of your lines in just a few days. Results can last for up to 3-4 months, and then you can return to our office for a fast follow-up treatment.

Dermal Fillers

Fillers are another great way to enhance your smile by restoring volume around the mouth. Fillers can:

  • Give lips fullness
  • Erase frown lines at the corners of the mouth
  • Smooth out wrinkles or creases in the cheek areas

Fillers can also treat more complicated cases like high lip lines or uneven lips. With the help of Dr. Nabors, you can revitalize your smile.

Dr. Thomas Nabors is committed to providing comprehensive cosmetic and general treatments that give our patients the confidence and comfort they need. To find out if Botox or fillers could be a beneficial treatment for you, please contact our office today.

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