Does your Dentist do BOTOX?

When it comes to time management most people agree that there simply isn’t enough time in their day to get everything done. In an effort to better serve their patients, reputable and experienced dental professionals like Dr. Sarah Roberts can now administer BOTOX treatments during regular dental exams in the state of Georgia. What better way to maximize your time than scheduling a Botox treatment alongside your twice yearly dental checkups and cleanings. BOTOX is the number one minimally invasive cosmetic procedure in the United States.

The way you smile, frown and use your facial muscles are the reasons people get wrinkles and turn to BOTOX. Primarily used to combat wrinkles, frown lines and crow’s feet, Botox temporarily smoothes fine, even deep set facial wrinkles. Dentists are experts when it comes to smiles, the face and facial muscles. In dental school, dental students are trained in head and neck anatomy and are taught to administer shots of anesthesia. To offer BOTOX in a dental practice, most dentists are required to take a BOTOX course or training class. BOTOX is now being used to help frame beautiful smiles in dental practices throughout the country. After all, don’t you trust your dentist to help create a beautiful smile? BOTOX allows patients to achieve smoother skin and a more youthful appearance to compliment their smiles. BOTOX is also used by dentists as an effective treatment for migraines or TMJ disorders.

The American Dental Association reports that currently over 20 state dental boards have approved the administration of BOTOX for dental use or facial cosmetic purposes and that number is expected to increase in 2014.

Posted on behalf of Dr. Sarah Roberts, Crabapple Dental

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