Are You Ready to Redefine Your Facial Features With the Help of Botox® Treatments?

At Kraig Jenson, PC, Dermatology Center our dermatologists offer BOTOX® treatments for patients in the Orem, Utah, area and neighboring communities. This cosmetic dermatology application helps diminish frown lines and unsightly crow’s feet to help your face maintain its youthful appearance. The beauty of BOTOX is that there are no incisions, surgery or stitches needed, so you can have your treatment and go back to your daily activities right afterward!

Our skilled dermatologists inject BOTOX® (onabotulinumtoxinA) medication into the brow muscles using a topical numbing cream for your comfort. The resulting temporary weakening of the muscles also inhibits the firing of nerve cells so your nerve endings can’t signal each other and contract. The redefining results are noticeable within 24 to 48 hours after the treatment and can last up to four months. BOTOX effectively enhances your appearance you can enjoy looking younger, more alert and calm for a confidence boost! As an additional bonus, BOTOX can help lessen migraines, reduce excessive sweating and even treat TMJ disorder.

BOTOX is a way both men and women can alter their facial features without resorting to surgery. So for example, if you have a problem with bruxism from constantly grinding your teeth and your jaw shape starts looking more square, you can now soften the effects of this habit by having BOTOX injections done in the masseter muscle. These injections will redefine your jaw into a more oval or heart-shaped appearance while bringing a “lift” to your cheeks.

As you can see, BOTOX has multiple benefits and our dermatologists, Dr. Kraig Jenson and Dr. Byron Edwards, are happy to address your concerns and determine if this treatment is right for your needs!

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