Botox for 2015 at the Cosmetic Dentist

BOTOX for the New Year- 2015

Did you know that a woman’s facial aging process begins around the young age of 25, and a man’s aging process begins a little later around the age 30-32? That’s right, according to renowned Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists, BOTOX proactively prevents future wrinkles when combined with sunscreen and a healthy lifestyle.   Have you begun to notice any fine lines around your eyes, around your mouth, or the 11’s between your eyebrows? Sadly, these fine (barely noticeable) lines are the first signs of aging.---But wait, there’s hope.  BOTOX is a proactive antiaging solution that prevents fine lines from getting deeper and new wrinkles from forming.  Prevention is Key!

With all of these sobering findings, here is the good news:  Dr. Morse has undergone extensive training using BOTOX for its many facial benefits. He offers BOTOX treatments for both cosmetic, anti-wrinkling purposes as well as to treat dental-related conditions. Because dentists are uniquely trained in understanding facial esthetics and muscle movement, experts like Dr. Morse are well-qualified to use BOTOX for to help you look younger as well as common dental-related issues such as temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) and chronic headaches from teeth grinding.

So, start 2015 off looking younger and feeling better.   BOTOX is fantastic solution for therapeutic dental-related issues; furthermore, BOTOX serves as a preventative tool for the permanent development of deep, inset wrinkles.  The therapeutic and cosmetic benefits of BOTOX serve as a great reason to visit your favorite general and cosmetic dentist in Lakewood, Co for the New Year.  To learn more about how BOTOX can help you experience pain relief and/or look younger, please call our Lakewood, CO dentist’s office at (303) 279-6929 or request an appointment online.

 

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