BOTOX injections and dermal fillers are most commonly associated with non-surgical facial rejuvenation. However, there are a wide range of additional uses for these therapies, from vaginal rejuvenation to hyperhidrosis treatment.

What can BOTOX do for you?

Rejuvenate and plump the vagina

The vagina deflates over time, losing volume, fullness and laxity as you age. By injecting dermal fillers directly into the aging tissue, Dr. Reinblatt can plump the area, boost volume, add elasticity and minimize creases. The entire process should take about 30 minutes and your recovery will be minimal.

Rejuvenate and plump the vagina

Relieve jaw pain associated with TMJ

Temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ) develops when the joint connecting the mandible and skull becomes inflamed. A major symptom of this disorder is jaw pain, which can interfere with chewing and eating. Strategically placed BOTOX injections can deliver pain relief by reducing clenching and stress in the area.

Relieve jaw pain associated with TMJ

Enlarge small or asymmetrical nipples

This non-surgical procedure is ideal for patients who are concerned about the size, shape and location of the nipple and areola. By injecting Radiesse into the treatment area, Dr. Reinblatt can:

  • Enlarge the nipple
  • Increase symmetry
  • Improve proportions
  • Smooth an uneven texture
  • Reduce scars from a prior procedure

Radiesse is relatively long-lasting and can preserve your new nipple appearance for about one year, at which point you will require a maintenance visit.

Enlarge small or asymmetrical nipples

Treat severe sweating (hyperhidrosis)

Hyperhidrosis is known as severe and excessive sweating. The condition affects more than a million people in the U.S and can cause difficulty in social situations.

If your hyperhidrosis cannot be controlled with topical solutions and you are over 18 years of age, Dr. Reinblatt may recommend BOTOX. It can ease sweating for three to six months, at which point you will require a maintenance appointment.

Treat compensatory sweating after sympathectomy

Sympathectomy is a procedure that involves cutting the sympathetic nerve chain in the spine. It is a last resort surgery to treat hyperhidrosis, and it prevents the brain from sending sweat production signals to certain areas of the body.

One of the risks of this procedure is compensatory sweating in the back, buttocks, thighs and behind the knees. If this occurs, BOTOX will be injected directly into these locations to minimize sweating.

Your BOTOX injections: What to expect

When BOTOX is done for innovative treatments, many patients need their skin numbed beforehand with a topical anesthetic or ice. This is particularly true of sensitive areas, such as the labia, palms or soles of the feet.

Once your skin is numb, Dr. Reinblatt will use a thin needle to inject the BOTOX. The entire process will take about 10 to 15 minutes.

After your injections

  • You can resume your normal daily activities right away
  • Avoid rubbing the treatment area to prevent the spread of the toxin
  • Return to Dr. Reinblatt's office in 3 to 6 months for a follow-up appointment

Let's Get Together

BOTOX can be used for a wide range of medical and cosmetic issues. Contact Dr. Reinblatt to schedule a consultation and discover if this procedure is right for you.

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