Botox & Juvederm


Want a youthful look?

Facial enhancements can complement your dental treatments to achieve a complete aesthetic facial result.

Wrinkles are like the hiccups - annoying and perhaps inevitable. But there is a solution for you that is safe, painless and effective. Botox is best known for removing frown lines, forehead creases, droopy eyebrows, crow’s feet, bunny lines, lip lines, jowls, undefined jawline, and facial wrinkles. The simple injections relax facial muscles that underlie and cause wrinkles.
It’s not just about wrinkles and frown lines. Botox is used to treat a variety of conditions. For example, the treatment is used for migraines, muscular disorders (stiffness, spasms), bowel disorders (overactive bladder or loss of bladder control), even stop excessive sweating. For best results, we recommend the procedure be administered by a licensed medical professional such as Dr. Jennifer McConathy.

Natural Looking

Remove unwanted lines.

Enhance Your Smile

Remove inevitable wrinkles.

Safe & Painless

No swelling or bruising.

Immediate Results

Treatments last 4 to 6 months.

Is Botox used for dental procedures?

Botox is used for management of muscle-generated dental diseases such as teeth clenching, neuromuscular therapy and TMJ. And of course, enhancing your smile.

When will it start working?

The injection process can be as fast as 10 minutes. You may begin to notice results within 24 to 48 hours, with results lasting up to 4 months for moderate to severe frown lines.

Will my face look unnatural?

BOTOX is a technique-sensitive treatment. You will look like yourself—only with less noticeable lines. No one should be able to tell you’ve had anything done.

Will the procedure hurt?

Some patients report that the treatment feels like a pinch. If you are concerned about discomfort, your specialist can apply a topical numbing cream before administering your treatment.

Is there anything I can’t do afterward?

You can resume normal activities immediately afterward. Most physicians suggest avoiding exercise, consuming alcohol, or having facial massage within 24 hours afterward.

Is it actually a toxin being injected?

Botox is an FDA-approved drug made from a toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. This sounds scary, but it is perfectly safe when administered by a licensed practitioner.