Botox Grande Prairie

Popular culture has associated Botox purely with cosmetics, but this is just another thing a dentist might have in their toolkit.

Clenching and grinding (bruxism) may result in sore muscles, headaches and damage to teeth and dental restorations. Botox, Xeomin and Dysport are all different brands of injectable neuromodulator medications that help reduce muscle contraction.

Neuromodulators, night guards physiotherapy and massage are all options to manage bruxism and myofascial pain. Neuromodulator medication may even be an eligible benefit on your insurance.

Beyond treatment for pain, Dr. Chan is also certified by the Alberta Dental Association and College to treat forehead wrinkles, frown lines and crow’s feet.

Botox Grande Prairie

Dentists are arguably the medical professionals with the most experience injecting a person’s facial region. Incorporating neuromodulators allows Dr. Chan to provide a comprehensive treatment plan that not only covers aesthetic but also your therapeutic needs!

So, for anyone who is interested, please contact us to see if you are a suitable candidate for this treatment. Read our blog on Botox in Dentistry – The Next Big Thing? for more information.