Therapeutic Botox®

What is Therapeutic Botox?

Therapeutic Botox® works to prevent your body’s chemical transmitters from communicating with different parts of your body. As such, it can be used to treat conditions that affect how the body functions, including excessive sweating or TMJ pain/teeth grinding.

How does it work?

When expertly administered by a nurse, Botox works by blocking or limiting the activity of muscles, nerves, or glands in the body respective to the specific area that is treated.  

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Treatment Areas

Hyperhidrosis is defined as abnormal and excessive sweating patterns. Through the use of Botox®, it is a non-invasive, safe and effective way to treat hyperhidrosis.

The most common areas for Botox® is used to treat hyperhidrosis include:

  1. Underarms

Commonly known as TMJ, the temporomandibular joint connects your jawbone and skull. Chronic TMJ pain and disorders are associated with jaw tension, injury or trauma, inflammation, arthritis, or overuse due to aging or teeth grinding. Botox® can alleviate teeth grinding pain by reducing tension in the jaw, relaxing muscles for ease of movement, and relieving associated headaches. This procedure also has a slimming effect on the jawline. 

Common areas for Botox® to treat TMJ pain include:

  1. Jaw
  2. Temple
  3. Forehead

Therapeutic Botox® Treatment


$11 per Unit