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Dr. Nick Mobilia of Elite Dental Arts in New York, NY has recently been recognized for his expertise in using Botox for dentistry and facial pain. He recently helped present a two-day seminar with renowned dentist, Dr. Howard Katz, about using Botox for dental therapeutics and esthetics, and is also currently a major contributor in the NYU College of Dentistry study on Botox on Facial Pain/TMJ.
Dr. Mobilia is a faculty member of Dentox, a highly regarded continuing education provider in dentistry, and has been teaching other dental professionals about the administration of Botox for 10 years. He has been the lead instructor for Dentox on the East Coast since 2004 and teaches clinical, hands-on portions of the seminars for Botox and dermal fillers in dentistry.
“I always appreciate the opportunity to help bruxism and TMD sufferers everywhere by enabling more and more professionals to understand and make use of the Botox for Dentistry treatment,” said Dr. Nick Mobilia. “Over the past 10 years, we’ve seen not only amazing advances in how Botox and dermal fillers can treat pain, but how they are also a great solution to improving dental esthetics as well.”
Botox is a purified protein that, when injected beneath the skin, blocks the chemicals that cause muscle contraction, allowing them to relax. While Botox is most well-known as a cosmetic treatment, dental professionals like Dr. Mobilia have found it extremely effective in treating excessive teeth grinding, clenching, migraines, and TMJ dysfunction. Because the dermal filler causes the muscles of the face and jaw to relax, they experience less pain as well as fewer issues with restful sleep.
Botox and dermal fillers have also been found to be effective in controlling excessive salivary flow and in reducing the appearance of a gummy smile by relaxing the muscles around the lips.
Recently, more states are allowing properly trained dentists to use Botox for cosmetic purposes, such as smoothing stress and age lines around the mouth, nose, and eyes. Because dentists become highly experienced with the anatomy of the face during their formal education and clinical practice, they are uniquely familiar with the elements of the face that can be enhanced to improve smile esthetics.
In addition to his expertise in the field of Botox for dentistry, Dr. Mobilia is a highly skilled dental implants dentist in New York, NY and has helped thousands of patients find optimal, permanent solutions for missing teeth. He is also a certified Invisalign dentist in New York, NY. He is a renowned Manhattan dentist who has received the Businessman of the Year Award in New York City by the National Business Advisory Council and is a recipient of a Congressional Medal of Distinction.