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Applications of Botox in dentistry

Applications of Botox in dentistry
Botox has been used for many years in the field of aesthetic medicine. Being one of the fastest growing aesthetic treatments, the annual amount spent on Botox injections is far higher than that of liposuction and breast implants combined. Over the last 7 to 8 years, the popularity of Botox has risen dramatically, with many patients requesting the treatment by name. Botox is currently used for both cosmetic and clinical purposes. Having neuromodulating properties, Botox is used by dermatologists and plastic surgeons to reduce the appearance of moderate to severe smoker’s lines, crow’s feet, frown lines and forehead furrows. Apart from that, Botox is used clinically to treat a range of medical conditions. Botox injections are indicated for the treatment of spasticity, overactive bladder (OAB), cervical dystonia, blepharospasm (related to dystonia), urinary incontinence (resulted from detrusor overactivity related to multiple sclerosis or other neurologic condi ...

Botox for vaginismus

Botox for vaginismus
Botox is a popular injectable that contains botulinum toxin type A as its active ingredient. Available in more than 75 countries worldwide, Botox can be used for both cosmetic and medical purposes. These purposes include moderate to severe forehead lines due to frontalis muscle activity, crow's feet (or lateral canthal lines) and glabellar lines caused by procerus/corrugator muscle activity. At the same time, it has also been used for penis and scrotum enhancement. Clinically, Botox has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of overactive bladder; spasticity due to cerebral palsy or spinal injuries; migraines; cervical dystonia; and urinary incontinence due to detrusor overactivity associated with neurologic diseases, such as multiple sclerosis.  Botox has also been used to treat TMJ syndrome, acne, and vaginismus. What is vaginismus? Vaginismus (also referred to as vaginism) is a medical condition that affects the ability of a woman to experience vaginal penetrati ...

An Overview of Non-Surgical Body Contouring Treatments

An Overview of Non-Surgical Body Contouring Treatments
If there’s one thing universal across cultures, it is the never-ending quest for the perfect body. While diet and exercise can help to reduce cellulite and stubborn fat, they oftentimes require following strict rules and they are not always effective. This prompts patients to search for alternatives that are more convenient and effective. A few decades ago, this would mean excisional or surgical body contouring surgeries such as liposuction, brachioplasty, and abdominoplasty (all of which are highly invasive). Today, there are many other safer, less invasive treatment options. These new treatment techniques tend to be more affordable, making them the perfect alternative to the conventional surgical body contouring procedures. They effortlessly get rid of stubborn inches that even the most intense training or the strictest of diets cannot remove. In this article, we will discuss about different non-surgical body contouring treatments, including the newer treatment mod ...