Botox for Hyperhidrosis of the Underarms and Palms
Are you unable to keep your underarm area dry, no matter how much antiperspirant you wear? Have clinical-strength treatments failed? Botox may be able to help you say goodbye to those embarrassing dark circles of sweat and get you feeling comfortable in your clothes again. It’s indicated to treat hyperhidrosis (excessive sweat) in the underarm area and works by blocking nerve signals that stimulate sweat glands. It is also commonly used to treat sweaty palms.† In clinical studies, Botox provided 6.7 months (201 days) of drier underarms, on average.
Botox for TMJ†
TMJ (temporo-mandibular joint) disorders can make you feel miserable, from tension headaches, to achy, painful jaws, to teeth grinding. TMJ can also disturb your sleep, make eating painful, and can even result in lockjaw. Because Botox partially paralyzes the muscles that tense up and cause TMJ, it’s a simple, non-surgical way to treat the condition. Most people who get Botox for TMJ find that their muscle pain starts to lessen within a few days after treatment. Relief typically lasts for several months. Because Botox can “reset” these muscles, it may be a longer-term or permanent solution for some patients. To treat TMJ, we will inject Botox directly into the temple, the forehead, and the “chewing muscles” in your cheeks.
Botox for the Scrotum†
“Scrotox” is Botox for the scrotum, for men who’d like to improve their appearance “down there” by achieving a lower, smoother look. Scrotal Botox can even reduce sweat in the testicular area. Botox relaxes the muscles that contract the scrotum, leaving things to swing a little more freely. Many men feel it makes the scrotum look larger, giving them more desirable proportions. If you’ve been considering cosmetic treatments to enhance things downstairs and gain confidence in the bedroom, Botox for the scrotum may be right for you.