Types of Botox Treatments


Botox for Chronic Cold Hands

People struggling with blood flow problems from Raynaud's and other disorders may find relief through Botox treatments.



Botox for Jaw Reduction

By weakening the masseter muscle, Botox can replace invasive surgical methods of jaw reduction.



Wrinkle Removal

The world's #1 cosmetic treatment is a proven way to remove wrinkles and fine facial lines.



Hyperhidrosis

Botox has become a viable treatment for excessive underarm sweating or hyperhidrosis. See how the same injections that reduce wrinkles can reduce the signs of this condition, as well.



Migraine Headaches

In recent years, many doctors have begun prescribing Botox for migraine headaches. Learn more about how this supposed cosmetic treatment is paying medical dividends for patients, as well.



Crow's Feet

If eyes are the windows to the soul, it doesn't hurt to have lovely window frames. Crow's feet can make you look a lot older than you are, but Botox treats these wrinkles around the eyes quickly and effectively.



Enlarged Prostates

One of the newest potential uses for Botox, according to recent studies, is the reduction of symptoms associated with enlarged prostates.



Frown Lines

Few signs of aging can create a gloomier appearance than frown lines. Botox successfully smooths these creases and returns a youthful look to the skin.



Muscle Spasms

Yet another usage for Botox Cosmetic has earned FDA approval, as doctors may now use the popular dermal injectable to help patients battling muscle spasms.



Botox for Asthma

Recent studies show that injections of Botox into the voicebox can relieve the muscle spasms often tied to severe asthma.



Botox for Bunny Lines

Tiny wrinkles that form around the nose can be among the hardest to treat, but many Botox patients stand by the injectable's success on these so-called bunny lines.



Botox for Gummy Smiles

The world's most popular injectable offers a non-surgical solution to hiding excess gingival display.



Botox FDA Approved for Urinary Incontinence

The FDA has approved yet another proven use for Botox, as a treatment for bladder control.