Get That Perfect Smile and Smooth Skin with Esthetic Botox!

What is Esthetic Botox?
Esthetic Botox is a procedure that utilizes Botulinum Toxin Type A injections to relax specific facial muscles, reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and creases. While Botox is commonly associated with cosmetic dermatology, it can also be used in dentistry to complement your dental treatments and achieve a harmonious facial esthetic.

The Benefits of Esthetic Botox at Nova Dental:

  1. Enhanced Smile: By targeting specific muscle groups, Esthetic Botox can help reduce the appearance of a “gummy smile” or correct asymmetry around the lips, resulting in a more balanced and attractive smile.
  2. Wrinkle Reduction: Botox injections can soften the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth, forehead, and eyes, giving you a smoother, more youthful complexion.
  3. Pain Relief: If you suffer from bruxism (clenching of your teeth) Botox can help relax the muscles around the jaw, providing relief from discomfort, tension, and headaches.
  4. Minimally Invasive: Esthetic Botox is a non-surgical treatment that requires no downtime, allowing you to resume your daily activities immediately after the procedure.

Trust Our Experienced Dental Team:
Rest assured that our dental office is staffed with highly trained and experienced professionals who have undergone specialized training in administering Botox. We prioritize your safety and comfort, ensuring that the treatment is performed with precision and care.

Dr. Truque is a Botox specialist in Certified by the Brazilian Association of Orofacial Harmonization.

Consultation and Customized Treatment Plans:
Every patient is unique, and we believe in providing personalized care. During a consultation, our dental team will assess your dental and facial esthetics to determine the most suitable treatment plan for you. We will take into consideration your desired outcomes, facial structure, and dental health to create a plan that addresses your specific needs.

Book Your Esthetic Botox Consultation Today!
Don’t let fine lines, wrinkles, or facial asymmetry hold you back from feeling confident in your smile. Experience the transformative power of Esthetic Botox at our dental office. To learn more about this exciting service or to schedule a consultation, give us a call at USA & Canada: +7606668227, Costa Rica: (+506) 2228-0997

Reveal a more youthful, vibrant version of yourself with Esthetic Botox at our dental office. We can’t wait to help you achieve the smile and radiant skin you’ve always dreamed of!


A bacterium called Clostridium botulinum makes the neurotoxins used in Botox. Healthcare providers use a specific type of the bacteria (type A) for medical injections.

Botulinum toxins occur naturally. For optimal safety and efficacy, Botox is produced in a lab. Technicians dilute and sterilize the botulinum toxins so they won’t cause botulism.

Botox cosmetic injections are used to address signs of aging. This treatment can smooth fine lines and wrinkles in several areas of your face, including your:

  • Eyebrows.
  • Forehead.
  • Nose.
  • Eyes (crow’s feet).
  • Lips.
  • Chin.
  • Jawline.
  • Neck.

After Botox treatment, most people notice the desired effects around the third or fourth day. Full results will be visible within 10 to 14 days.

Side effects from botulinum toxin injections vary depending on the area receiving treatment. Most issues are mild and improve in a day or two. Possible Botox side effects include:

  • Pain, swelling, redness or bruising at the treatment site.
  • Flu-like symptoms.
  • Headache.
  • Neck pain.
  • Upset stomach (indigestion).
  • Temporary drooping eyelids (ptosis).
  • Eye irritation or redness.

On average, the effects of Botox last about three to four months. Retreatment is recommended at this time. Eventually, however, your muscles may train themselves to contract less. As a result, treatments can be spaced out over longer periods of time. Your healthcare provider can let you know how often you should get Botox based on your unique needs.

Your healthcare provider uses a fine needle to inject small amounts of Botox into the treatment area. Depending on the issue, you may receive several injections in different spots. Here’s what else you need to know about Botox therapy:

  • Botox is an outpatient procedure. You’ll be able to go home the same day.
  • Discomfort is usually mild. The injections may sting and feel uncomfortable, but the procedure is over quickly. Your healthcare provider might apply a topical numbing agent to your skin before giving injections.

Yes. Many healthcare providers recommend Botox for pain management. Botox blocks nerve signals that control muscle activity, resulting in relaxation and pain relief. Botox injections can be successful in treating:

  • Back pain.
  • Neck pain.
  • Jaw pain.
  • Nerve pain.
  • Sciatica pain.
  • Neuropathy (peripheral neuropathy).
  • Pelvic pain.
  • Chronic myofascial pain (CMP).
  • Osteoarthritis.
  • Joint pain.
  • TMJ pain.

Botox has been used for decades in the medical industry. These injections may be recommended for the treatment of:

  • Crossed eyes (strabismus).
  • Excessive muscle contractions (dystonia).
  • Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis).
  • Eyelid twitching.
  • Chronic migraines.
  • Overactive bladder.
  • Pediatric upper limb spasticity.
  • Adult spasticity.
  • Blepharospasm.
  • Cervical dystonia.

Botox is generally safe when administered by a licensed healthcare provider. Ask your medical team if Botox injections are right for you.

Botox is one of the most widely known brands of botulinum toxin injections. Botulinum toxins are neurotoxins that affect nerves and cause muscle weakening. You might get a botulinum toxin injection for cosmetic or medical reasons. Healthcare providers inject small amounts of Botox into specific muscles to smooth wrinkles, prevent migraine headaches and treat a wide range of other health conditions.

Within three to six months after Botox therapy, toxins wear off and muscles regain movement. As a result, wrinkles return and issues like migraines and sweating may resume. To maintain results, you may choose to receive more Botox injections. Your healthcare provider can let you know how often to undergo Botox treatment.

Botox injections are relatively safe. Still, you shouldn’t get this treatment if you’re pregnant, breastfeeding or have:

  • Neuromuscular disease.
  • Drooping eyelids (ptosis).
  • Weak facial muscles.

Unless your healthcare provider says otherwise, you can return to work and most activities immediately after treatment. To reduce redness, swelling or bruising:

  • Don’t rub or put pressure on the treatment area for 12 hours.
  • Stay upright (don’t lie down) for three to four hours.
  • Avoid physical exertion for 24 hours.

Make sure your healthcare provider has a current list of the medications and supplements you take. Certain medications increase the risk of bruising at the injection site. These include anticoagulants or blood thinners (Warfarin®) and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Alcohol also makes you more prone to redness and bruising. Don’t drink for 24 hours before a procedure.

Botox blocks nerve signals to muscles. As a result, injected muscles can’t contract (tense up). These effects are always temporary, but can last for several months. The muscle injected depends on the primary area of concern. Several areas can be treated in one session.

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