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Botox Injections & Dermal Fillers Specialists in WNY

Botox Injections & Dermal Filler Treatment

Have you ever found yourself wondering about BOTOX treatments and what they entail? Rosenberg Dental can tell you just what BOTOX is all about. The cosmetic benefits of Botox are already well established, but dental botox uses are starting to gain serious momentum. Our dentists are experts of facial aesthetics, muscles, and structures. That being said, they have the ability to achieve precise and quality results with BOTOX for clients.

If you’re interested in BOTOX, but have concerns or questions, call Rosenberg Dental. Dr. Michael Rosenberg is a professional healthcare provider of BOTOX and dermal fillers; he’s fully certified by the American Academy of Facial Esthetics to perform these procedures on patients.

As much as we try to fight the aging process, Mother Nature and aging are two strong opponents. BOTOX is a relatively safe and effective anti-aging treatment that uses very thin needles to inject the BOTOX treatment. It works by paralyzing the facial muscles to reduce the appearance of wrinkles from aging and other factors. It’s also used to treat headaches, bruxism, and other conditions.

Botox Injections & Dermal Filler as Therapy

Dermal fillers are medical injections that fill in facial creases and return plumpness to areas of the face. The most common use of dermal fillers is for facial rejuvenation, although there are several other ways to benefit from dermal fillers. Dr. Michael Rosenberg is trained with the American Academy of Facial Esthetics to administer therapeutic dermal fillers for dental and oral benefits.

Therapeutic Needs for Dermal Fillers

  • Reduce “black triangles” between teeth caused from implant
  • Enhance lip capacity for speech and pronunciation needs
  • Add volume to the oral region for more comfort and ease of removable dental parts
  • Treatment of angular cheilitis
  • Alternative to crown lengthening, veneers and gingivectomy

Call to schedule your appointment today. We’re happy to answer any questions you have about one or both of these procedures.