Botox Blepharospasm Treatment Grove City, Ohio
Put an End to Your Endless Eye Twitch with Botox
Are you experiencing what feels like endless eye twitching with uncomfortable spasms in your eyelids and eye muscles?
If so, you may be a candidate for one of our eye botox treatments. There’s no need for you to endure this discomfort without seeing one of our experienced eye doctors who can help you determine the best course to alleviate your symptoms. We’re here for you and all of your eye care and vision needs with a continual focus on individual attention and world-class patient care.
What is Botox?
Botox is a Prescription Injection Used to Treat Abnormally Spastic Eyelids
Botox injection is a type of eye treatment that helps stop muscle spasms in the eyelids. Our experienced eye doctors have years of experience offering this effective procedure, providing much needed relief for people who suffer with this nagging and persistent condition.
Our experienced eye doctors make eye Botox treatments easy, painless and hassle-free for residents throughout Canal Winchester and Grove City, Ohio. If you are experiencing a persistent twitching in the eyelids, you owe it to yourself to explore the options at your disposal to treat these symptoms. We make sure to inform you of all treatment options and are never aggressive in an attempt to have you take one course of treatment as compared to another. The decision is yours and the patient is always the priority.
What is Blepharospasm?
Blepharospasm is a Disorder of the Muscles Around the Eye
If you have blepharospasm, you may be experiencing involuntary spasms of your eyelids. Although it is a long and difficult-to-pronounce word, it doesn’t have to be a difficult concept to understand, and that’s why our courteous eye doctors take the time to help each of our patients understand the treatment options and all other considerations associated with the eye Botox treatments we perform to address Blepharospasm.
Essentially, blepharospasm is caused by an abnormal functioning of the basal ganglion. This is the portion of your brain that is responsible for controlling these muscles in the eyes. When the basal ganglion does not function properly, people can develop symptoms of blepharospasm including, fatigue, nausea, mood swings, and an increase in eye spasms and / or eye irritation. The expert eye doctors at Moses-Mouser & Associates provide state-of-the-art eye Botox treatments that can effectively remedy symptoms of this serious disorder.
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