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Refresh yourself: Smooth dynamic wrinkles with BOTOX

BOTOX is best known for being the gold-standard treatment for dynamic wrinkles. When done correctly, the injections can:

  • Relax frown lines
  • Smooth crow’s feet
  • Elevate droopy brows
  • Minimize forehead creases
  • Firm loose face and neck skin

Non-surgical ENT: What other conditions can BOTOX treat?

In addition to enhancing facial aesthetics, BOTOX is an effective treatment for a variety of common head and neck conditions. Board-certified ENT physicians often use the medicine to treat:

  • Jaw tension and TMJ disorder
  • Neck, facial and eye spasms
  • Migraine headaches
  • Chronic pain
  • And more

FAQ: Does insurance cover BOTOX injections for ENT conditions?

Some insurance companies will cover BOTOX if it’s used to treat certain medical conditions, such as muscle spasms. At SFENTA, our office will work with you to determine your coverage and ensure that you receive the care you need.


What to expect during your procedure

BOTOX injections are fast and comfortable. The entire procedure should take about ten minutes and there is virtually no recovery time.

Once you arrive at our office, you will be seated in a reclining chair and we will apply a cream or cold compress to numb your skin and ensure your comfort. Depending on the reason for you visit, your doctor will then inject BOTOX into the treatment area to:

  • Temporarily relax dynamic wrinkles
  • Block the nerve impulses that cause muscle spasms
  • Relax the muscles that cause jaw tension and TMJ disorder
  • Block the protein that carries pain messages to the brain and results in migraines

Contact SFENTA™ today

BOTOX is safe, low-risk and capable of treating a wide range of ENT conditions. Contact SFENTA™ today to learn more about the procedure and begin planning for your treatment.

- Most insurance plans accepted -

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