Rane's Exclusively Yours Dental 
10 Schalks Crossing Road Plainsboro, NJ 08536
(609) 275-1777

Rane's Dental Aesthetics
11 Schalks Crossing Road Plainsboro, NJ 08536 
(609) 750-1666

Botox and Dermal Fillers


Radiate beauty from the inside out by receiving a facial esthetic treatment from those who know it best. You can now achieve the esthetic improvement you desire, all in one quick visit. 

The treatment takes only minutes, and you can see results within days after your treatment which will continue to improve in the first week. 

We are members of the American Academy of Facial Esthetics which is dedicated to providing the most advanced minimally invasive techniques for beautiful facial esthetics. 

Millions of people use Botox, Juvederm, and Restylane, to achieve a more relaxed and smooth facial appearance, while still having freedom of expression. Combining this with teeth whitening or porcelain veneers, you will have a much more youthful appearance in just two visits.

What is Botox?


Botox is a highly purified protein injected into the skin to relax muscles that cause some kinds of wrinkles by repetitive muscle activities.

Why do Dentists Administer Botox?

Botox is injected not only for cosmetic purposes but also can be injected to treat destructive habits such as grinding teeth during sleep as well as clenching that can cause muscle spasms near the jaw by significantly reducing the pressure by masseter (the strongest jaw muscle). Chronic clenching can cause certain disease and also contribute to headaches due to repetitive and ongoing muscle spasms along with chronic frowning of muscles in between the eyebrows (glabellar area) by the tension of muscles. Dentists who are properly trained to inject BOTOX® can safely perform the procedure.

What other things can Botox treat?

In addition to over 180 medical uses, BOTOX® has many cosmetic uses, including treatment of frown lines, worry lines across the forehead, crow’s feet lines, certain lines around the mouth (smoker’s lines) and gummy smile. As mentioned above relief from the migraine headaches by hypertonic muscles.

Does the injection hurt?

Discomfort is usually minimal and brief. Patients are often surprised by virtually painless BOTOX® injections. The entire procedure takes approximately 10 minutes. Most patients are in and out of the office without any downtime following BOTOX® treatment.

How long does Botox last?

Visible results have been shown to last up to 4 months. Your own results may vary (3 months to 4 months on average). You can expect when to schedule your next appointment after treatment.

What are the common risks?

The most common side effect is a mild degree of droopiness in eyelid (sleepy eye) that usually last 1 to 2 weeks without treatment. But, this is a very rare occurrence. As with any time for injection on your bodypart, a mild bruise is possible.

Do treatment results differ?

Yes, individual results may vary.

Can you become immune to Botox?

Theoretically yes, but patients who gets BOTOX® treatment on regular basis typically require less BOTOX® each time.

Is Botox expensive?

Cost of BOTOX® treatment varies by areas and amount BOTOX® used. Please consult first for more information as pricing may vary by individual cases

Who should NOT get Botox treatment?

Women who are pregnant of expecting to become pregnant, who are breast-feeding, and people who are having skin rashes or infection on injection site, taking certain medications, have neuromuscular disorder or allergic to BOTOX® - should NOT have injections.

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