The main benefit of Botox injections is their capacity to minimise facial wrinkles. Additionally, Botox injections treat conditions such as lazy eyes, excessive perspiration, an overactive bladder, and neck spasms (cervical dystonia). Read More


Specialised Treatments

Our team at Restore does specialised Botox treatments to treat bruxism and hyperhidrosis.

What is bruxism?

Bruxism is when you unintentionally clench or grind your teeth throughout the day. You may also clench or grind your teeth while sleeping at night. You might not even be conscious of having bruxism. Mild bruxism may not need therapy. However, bruxism can be consistent and severe enough in some people to cause jaw difficulties, migraines, cracked or chipped teeth, and other issues.

How can Botox treat bruxism?

Most people know botulinum toxin to reduce wrinkles or fill lips during a lip flip. Recent research, however, suggests that botulinum toxin's muscle-relaxant abilities are effective for treating jaw clenching and teeth grinding. The effects should last for a while. After being injected into the masseter muscles, Botox temporarily relaxes the affected muscles, preventing nerve signals from reaching the muscles crucial for clenching and grinding. Botox will aid in reducing and preventing involuntary bruxism movements.

What is hyperhidrosis?

Your body may develop sweat when you don't need to sweat, sometimes for no apparent reason, and this is known as hyperhidrosis. Many people with hyperhidrosis only perspire from one or two body regions. Most people with hyperhidrosis typically perspire from their heads, underarms, palms, or feet. These regions may drip with sweat while the rest of the body is dry. Excessive sweating can make daily tasks more difficult. As a result of how uncomfortable and embarrassing sweating can be, many people never seek help when they should. Because the skin is frequently damp with hyperhidrosis, skin infections might arise.

How can Botox treat hyperhidrosis?

If prescription antiperspirants do not reduce your sweating, you will be considered an ideal candidate for Botox. Botox injections prevent the neurotransmitter acetylcholine from leaving your body, which binds to your sweat glands and signals the flow of perspiration. Typically, your neurological system triggers the sweat glands as your body's temperature rises. Your body cools itself naturally in this way. But in those with hyperhidrosis, the nerves that alert the sweat glands are overstimulated. Your excessively active nerves are effectively blocked when Botox injections are administered into the area of your body that frequently perspires. You don't sweat if your nerves can't tell your sweat glands to produce perspiration. Botox, however, only stops sweating in the exact location where it is injected. Retreatment is usually required after four to six months that it takes for the nerves to regrow. However, patients can eventually wait longer between appointments after receiving regular treatments. Most patients tolerate the injections well, and the therapy is highly successful.


1Is bruxism painful?
This condition can cause jaw pain and tooth problems.
2How often do you need Botox for bruxism?
After around three to six months, the effects of the Botox treatment for teeth grinding wear off, and you can repeat the procedure. The muscle relaxant effect takes longer to wear off the more often the medication is administered. The more treatments your body receives, the less tense your muscles are. Our team at Restore will create a treatment plan so that you get the most benefits for your condition.
3 Is hyperhidrosis curable?
There is no cure for hyperhidrosis, but our team at Restore can help you effectively treat and manage this condition.
4How often do you need Botox for hyperhidrosis?
Typically, you will require Botox injections every seven to sixteen months. The interval between treatments must be longer the more treatments you receive.


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