While Botox® helps show off your healthy, white teeth by reducing facial wrinkles for a more youthful look, these injections also help relieve migraines and the pain associated with the TMJ.
Botox® first burst onto the cosmetic scene in 2002 when it gained Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for temporarily reducing certain facial wrinkles, mainly around the eyes. Recently, the FDA approved its use for forehead wrinkles too. In 2010, the FDA paved the way for the use of Botox in treating chronic migraines.

At Perfect Smile, we use Botox® for the following:


Fine Lines and Wrinkles

You’ve worked hard to ensure your teeth are straight, healthy and white, giving you a healthy, vibrant and a more youthful appearance. To round out the effect, your dentist can reduce certain facial lines and wrinkles around your eyes and forehead through Botox injections.


TMJ Disorders

Your TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, is the small hinge on either side of your jaw. Every time you eat, talk or use your mouth in any way, this joint is hard at work. A TMJ disorder is when one or both of these joints causes pain, which may be constant and radiate toward your ears. Using Botox, the doctors at Perfect Smile provide relief from this aching pain.


If you suffer from chronic migraines, studies have shown that Botox helps reduce their frequency, sometimes appreciably. If you’ve tried everything, Botox may provide an excellent preventive solution that helps keep migraines at bay.

Take years off your appearance and find relief from chronic pain with Botox®!