So how does it work?
The procedure involves the injection of muscle relaxants in the face. The relaxants in Botox blocks the nerve activates the facial muscles from moving so it eliminated what is causing your clenching, grinding and other oral habits.
Clenching and grinding is a chief cause of TMJ Disorder, snoring and chronic migraines. What a relief from pain and all the effects that result from the bumping and grinding of your teeth.
Getting more sleep and rest makes for such a great successful day! To be pain-free and well rested makes your life so much more productive not to mention the active lifestyle you begin to experience.
Botox may be your alternative choice when other treatments have failed you. Botox is increasing in popularity with the dental population to help treat physical pain and suffering.
So many of our patients don’t know about Botox and the possibility to alleviate some dental problems. Let’s discuss it with your doctor the next time you visit our office. Perhaps your pain relief is just around the corner.
Mention your interest with our team at your next six-month check-up or call any time for an appointment for a consultation.
If you have any questions or need to make your appointment, please feel free to contact our office by telephone (323) 336-8478 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.