Medically Necessary Care
Please note that some of the below treatments can be provided in-home, on a case-by-case basis.
Before providing any treatment, a video consultation and evaluation is required. If in-person treatment is indicated, all protective measures will be taken to minimize any risk of possible COVID exposure.
Dr. Cabin provides 24/7 in-office or in-home laceration repair with stitches/sutures for adults and children as young as 6 months. Sedation is available for both children and adults, provided by a board-certified anesthesiologist. Please click below for more specific information.
As migraine headaches can be debilitating and lead to emergency room visits for pain control, Dr. Cabin feels that – on a case-by-case basis only – patients who require Botox for headache management should still be able to receive care. Please click below to learn more about Botox injections for migraines.
Masseter Botox for Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMJD)
As TMJD can damage teeth, cause severe facial pain and lead to difficulties with chewing, eating and communicating, Dr. Cabin feels that – on a case-by-case basis only – patients who require Botox for TMJD management should still be able to receive care. Please click below to learn more about Botox injections for TMJD.
Facial Paralysis Botox
Patients with permanent facial paralysis and/or synkinesis can require Botox in order to communicate and function normally. Dr. Cabin feels that - on a case-by-case basis only - patients should continue to have access to this critical treatment. Please click below to learn more about Botox injections for facial paralysis and synkinesis.