Medical botox

What is medical Botox?

Medical botox is the safe and effective use of muscle relaxing injections to help with issues such as migraine, cluster headaches and TMJ/Masseter jaw pain. Botox is also an extremely effective treatment for hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating). 

masseters botox

Masseters Botox is a non-surgical treatment that involves injecting Botox into the masseter muscle of the jaw to alleviate conditions like teeth grinding and jaw clenching. It can also result in a slimmer facial appearance due to muscle relaxation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Masseter Botox treatment involves injecting Botox into the masseter muscle, the large muscle that moves the jaw. This relaxes and partially immobilizes the muscle, reducing the force of the clenching or grinding. This not only alleviates jaw pain and headaches associated with these issues but can also result in a slimming effect on the jawline.

You can expect reduced clenching and grinding which often leads to alleviated jaw pain, fewer headaches, less tooth damage, and in some cases, a slimmer facial appearance. Improvement is typically noticed within a week and full effect is usually seen by one month.

The Masseter Botox treatment is specifically for the masseter muscle, which is located in the jaw area.

The pain associated with this treatment is generally minimal and brief, as it involves a few injections into the masseter muscle. Topical anesthetic or ice can be used to minimize discomfort.

The results of a Masseter Botox treatment typically last about 3-6 months. Regular maintenance treatments are recommended for sustained results.

When administered by a qualified professional, Masseter Botox is considered safe. Possible side effects include temporary bruising, swelling, or redness at the injection sites. In rare cases, patients may experience changes in their smile or difficulty chewing, but this is typically temporary.

The cost varies based on the amount of Botox used and the complexity of the individual case. A consultation with our team can provide you with a personalized treatment plan and detailed cost estimate.


Botox for Hyperhidrosis is a solution for excessive underarm sweating, where Botox is injected into the skin to block nerve signals that activate sweat glands, significantly reducing sweat production.

Frequently Asked Questions

Botox for Hyperhidrosis works by blocking the nerve signals responsible for sweating, stopping the sweat glands in the targeted area from producing sweat. Botox is injected into the underarm area, providing relief from excessive sweating.

The treatment typically results in a significant reduction in underarm sweating. In clinical trials, patients on average experienced 82-87% decrease in underarm sweating.

While Botox is most commonly used to treat the underarms, it can also be used to treat other areas affected by hyperhidrosis, such as hands, feet, and face.

The injections may cause some discomfort, but it is generally well-tolerated. A local anesthetic can be used to numb the area and reduce any pain.

The effects of Botox for Hyperhidrosis typically last 6-7 months, but this can vary from person to person. Repeat treatments are needed to maintain the results.

Botox for Hyperhidrosis is a safe treatment when administered by a trained professional. Side effects can include temporary injection site pain, swelling or bruising. In rare cases, Botox may spread outside the injection site and cause symptoms like muscle weakness or difficulty swallowing.

The cost of Botox for Hyperhidrosis varies depending on the severity of the sweating and the size of the area treated. Our team will provide a personalized quote during your consultation.


Botox for Migraine is a therapeutic treatment involving targeted Botox injections around the head and neck to prevent migraine headaches. It works by blocking pain signals from reaching nerve endings, thereby reducing the frequency and intensity of migraines.

Frequently Asked Questions

Botox for Migraine works by blocking chemicals called neurotransmitters that carry pain signals from your brain. Botox is like a roadblock in that pathway, preventing the chemicals from reaching nerve endings around your head and neck.

Botox can reduce the frequency of migraines and lessen their severity when they do occur. It usually takes a few treatments to see significant improvement, and the results are not immediate – it can take 10-14 days to work.

Botox for Migraine is typically administered into specific points along the forehead, temples, back of the head, neck, and upper back.

Discomfort is generally minimal and brief, and a topical anesthetic can be used if desired. Most patients compare the sensation to a prick.

The effects of Botox for Migraine can last up to three months. Regular treatments every three months are recommended for best results.

Botox for Migraine is considered a safe treatment when performed by a trained professional. Side effects may include neck pain, temporary muscle weakness in the treated areas, and in rare cases, eyelid drooping.

The cost can vary based on the number of injections needed and your specific treatment plan. Our team will provide a personalized cost estimate during your consultation.

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