Dentox Botox Treatment Providers are considered experts in their field, personally trained by Dr. Howard Katz, the inventor named on the patent application for all Botulinum Toxins (including Botox, Dysport and Xeomin). All Botox Clinics listed in this directory have been certified in either (or both) Dermal Fillers and Botox Treatments. If you have been Dentox certified in Botox and/or Dermal Fillers, you may click on your listing and claim it to add photos, your contact information, website and more. If you have not been certified in Botox and Dermal Fillers, you can do so via the courses at

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Adams, Jennifer
1837 Valencia Dr
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Addiego Moore, Teresa
560A Lippincott Drive
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3861 Battleground Ave
Advanced Esthetic Dentistry of Whitestone & Bayside
32-32 Francis Lewis Blvd
New York
Aesthetic Medical Educators Training
320 N Main St. Suite 102 


Aesthetic Medical Educators Training (AMET) offers specialized medical aesthetics training for nurses and physicians in the areas of botulinum toxin/dermal filler, sclerotherapy, microdermabrasion/chemical peels, advanced BOTOX/dermal filler and marketing webinars.
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Afshari, Nadar
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Agoglia, Kathleen
3665 E Thousand oaks BIvd
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Aguilar, Jorge
2270 East 74 Street
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Aimee Lombard
6000 Fleur de Lis
New Orleans

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Get Informed – What You need to know about Botox treatment

When you understand the facts about Botox treatment and treatment with related products, you’re a better client. Informed patients understand what botulinum toxin A is, the amazing potential benefits a Botox clinic can provide and the potential side effects and concerns as well. Here are some relevant facts:

  • Botox, Xeomin and Dysport are purified botulinum toxin A products that are used to reduce wrinkles and for other purposes. They prevent nerves from contracting the muscles that cause wrinkles, softening the appearance of lines and often eliminating them altogether.
  • No cosmetic treatment is more popular than Botox. A staggering 6 million Botox treatment procedures are administered every year, most without complications.
  • Botox is made from Clostridium botulinum, a natural organism that is non-toxic and mostly inactive in its natural state.
  • Botox treatment and treatment with related products works by paralyzing underlying muscles, preventing some wrinkles from forming over time and reducing the appearance of those already present.
  • The botulinum toxin can be used successfully to treat migraines, muscle disorders, bladder and bowel conditions and excessive sweating, among other things.
  • Botulinum toxin can cause botulism, an infection that can lead to respiratory failure and even death, but the risk of this condition from cosmetic or therapeutic Botox is very small since millions are successfully treated without significant side effects every year.

Medical And Cosmetic Uses Of Botox Treatment

Most people who go to a Botox clinic want to reduce wrinkles causes by squinting, smiling, frowning, excessive muscle movement and other actions. But Botox can be used for other purposes too. A wide range of medical conditions respond positively to Botox treatment.

Botulinum toxin products are approved for the following uses:

  • creases between the eyebrows, called glabellar lines
  • crow’s feet, called canthal lines
  • brow lift
  • lines beside the nose and mouth, called nasolabial folds
  • eyelid spasm, called blepharospasm
  • severe neck and shoulder spasms, called idiopathic rotational cervical dystonia
  • recurring migraine headaches
  • excessive sweating, called severe primary axillary hyperhidrosis
  • crossed eyes, called strabismus
  • upper limb spasticity after a stroke
  • urinary incontinence
  • overactive bladder
  • a nueromuscular disease called hemifacial spasm

In addition, a Botox clinic may use botulinum toxin off-label for treating:

  • difficulty swallowing from achalasia
  • anismus and anal fissures
  • hypersalivation
  • allergic rhinitis
  • hepatopancreatic issues
  • cerebral palsy
  • jaw, face and tongue contractions from oromandibular dystonia
  • vocal chord constriction from laryngeal dystonia
  • and more

How Botox Treatment Is Administered

Botulinum toxin is diluted in saline and injected into nerve or muscle tissue at a Botox clinic or other medical facility. Effect begins in 24 to 72 hours and happens because the toxin disrupts your body’s natural synaptosomal process. In some cases, it can take up to 5 days to achieve the full effect.

It is important that Botulinum toxin is not used by pregnant or lactating women or by people who have previously experienced an allergic reaction to Botox treatment or any ingredients of the products.

For more information on how Botox can help you, call one of the Dentox Certified Botox Clinics above.