Medical Botox

Do you have?

  • Excessive sweating (click here)
  • Migraines (click here)
  • Bruxism (teeth grinding) / TMJ disorders
  • Anal fissures
  • Achalasia
  • Focal muscle spasticity (not offered in this clinic)

Do you have?

  • Excessive sweating (click here)
  • Migraines (click here)
  • Bruxism (teeth grinding) / TMJ disorders
  • Anal fissures
  • Achalasia
  • Focal muscle spasticity (not offered in this clinic)

Did you know?

Health Canada has approved the use of Botox™ for chronic migraines and axillary hyperhidrosis, amongst other conditions, and therefore, most often this treatment is covered by third party insurers (private drug plans). You will have to enquire with your insurance company.

If you have any of these problems, and require more information, please email us at info@skinscienceme.com. We would love to help you get the treatment you require.

WHAT TO EXPECT?

HOW DOES IT WORK?
It prevents headaches and migraines before they even start. BOTOX™ prevents on average 8 or 9 headache days and migraine/probable migraine days a month (vs 6 to 7 for placebo) at 24 weeks.
What is the treatment like?
The drug is injected into 7 different areas of the scalp. The procedure takes approximately 45mins and is relatively painless.
How much does it cost?
The procedure fee is $250. It will also require the purchase of 200u of Botox, which can be purchased from us or a pharmacy.
How often will I need treatment?
The first and second treatment should be approximately 12 weeks apart.
When do I see results?
A significant reduction in headache days occurs after the first treatment, as early as four weeks.

IS BOTOX TREATMENT RIGHT FOR YOU?

Botox injection treatment for hyperhidrosis is currently covered under your provincial healthcare plan.

If you do any of the following to cope with sweating, talk to your family doctor about severe underarm sweating:

  • Change your clothes frequently
  • Put absorbent materials under clothing
  • Avoid certain fabrics or clothing styles
  • Seek medical attention and treatment

Speak with your family doctor if antiperspirants have failed you.