The vast majority of selective neuromyectomy patients experience a more natural smile, a more balanced facial expression and they feel more comfortable.
More than three-quarters of children with intractable migraine who try the therapy have obtained relief and come back every three months for another round. We share learnings from our experience to date.
BOTOX® injections are just as safe for overactive bladder patients age 80 and up. A new study shows same low complication rates as in younger patients.
How botulinum toxin plays an important role in the conservative management of TMJ and many other noncosmetic head and neck conditions.
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Some practitioners avoid Botox injections rather than risk blepharoptosis or diplopia. However, data show that injections in the central eyelid and brow areas are a safe option for chemodenervation, Cleveland Clinic researchers report.