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Bruxism is a condition where excessive teeth grinding, and jaw clenching causes a range of medical issues including headaches, wear and tear to the teeth and pain in the jaw.

This condition can often be distressing and also can damage your teeth and is exacerbated by stress/anxiety. There are many different causes of bruxism, including sleep disorders, taking certain medication (such as some antidepressants), anxiety and depression, and Parkinson’s disease.

Botox injected into the Masseter muscle significantly reduces the severity of teeth grinding and can also produce slimming of the face as a bonus! The duration of action is variable between patients however an average of 6-8 months is typical.


Excessive sweating can affect people’s confidence and can be extremely uncomfortable. Botox is effective to treat excessive sweating by blocking the nerve endings. This means that the message never gets from the nerve endings to the sweat glands. Hence, the glands don’t produce sweat.

Results can last for up to 8 months after a single 30-minute treatment.


What are migraines?

Migraines are much more debilitating than regular headaches and can cause severe pain along with other symptoms such as vomiting, sensitivity to light, vision being affected by flashing lights and tingling in the limbs.

The causes of migraines vary greatly from person to person and symptoms can be triggered by anything from stress and anxiety to eating certain foods such as chocolate. However, in many cases, migraines can occur without being triggered by something specific.

If you have been diagnosed with Migraines and treatment with Botox can provide significant improvements with your headaches without the need for oral medication. There are several approaches of treatment with Botox, therefore a consultation is crucial.

Although it’s unknown why and how Botox can help relieve migraines, studies have indicated that the substance helps the reduction in expressions of certain pain pathways.


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