Botox Dentistry

At Wayzata Dental, our customers love using Botox dentistry for a variety of reasons ranging from treating migraines and TMJ issues, to fighting signs of aging and preventing wrinkles.

Why Choose Wayzata Dental for Your Botox Injections?

At Wayzata Dental, patient care comes first. Whether you deal with ongoing migraines or painful jaw and TMJ issues, Botox could be the answer to a more comfortable way of life. Make an appointment at Wayzata Dental to see how a Botox can improve your dental health and your life!

 

Botox can give you relief for:

  • Migraines resulting from tensions in the face, jaw, and neck
  • TMJ and/or clenching and grinding teeth
  • Lip and face aging lines
  • “Gummy Smiles” resulting from over-retracted upper lips
  • Facial swelling and excess sweating
  • Enhancing and reshaping your smile
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"I had a great experience at Wayzata Dental. I needed a new filing and with the laser technology, it was fixed quickly and with NO PAIN!"
Erin H.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Botox used for in dentistry?

Botox is a minimally invasive procedure used for a variety of reasons ranging from treating migraines and TMJ issues, to fighting signs of aging and preventing wrinkles. To see if Botox is right for you, contact us today!

Is Botox safe & FDA approved?

When performed by a doctor experienced in Botox injections, Botox is considered very safe. Botox has been FDA approved since 2002. Our skilled and certified doctor can help determine if Botox is a good fit for your needs.

How long does Botox last?

In general, the effects of Botox last about 4 to 6 months. Although, depending on the treatment, time tables vary. Contact us for more information on how long Botox lasts.

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