Most people think Botox® (onabotulinum toxinA) is a tool for plastic surgeons and not urologists. But the drug is approved by the U.S. FDA for women with overactive bladder symptoms when there’s no apparent neurologic cause.
Treatment for the voice disorder spasmodic dysphonia often involves a combination of vocal therapy and Botox injections, which prevent muscle spasms in the muscles in the larynx.
Not every wrinkle and fold should be treated the same. Learn the difference between Botox and fillers.
Facial cosmetic injections, including dermal fillers and Botox®, are popular plastic surgery options today. If you want fewer lines and wrinkles, but don’t want surgery, they may be right for you.
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Most people think of botulinum toxin A, which is sold under the brand name Botox®, as a wrinkle fighter. However, this drug is much more than a wrinkle-reducer. Botulinum toxin A also has therapeutic uses, some of which might surprise you.
Most people think of Botox® or botulinum toxin A as a wrinkle fighter, a toxin to turn back time. However, it has become important for treating many problems that have nothing to do with looking good — and everything to do with feeling better, especially for jaw pain and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems.
If your overactive bladder medication isn’t working, don’t give up. Find out what other treatments you can explore.
Don’t find your laugh lines too humorous? There are plenty of non-surgical options from Botox to lasers to skin resurfacing procedures.