Relief from Temporomandibular joint and muscle disorder -TMJ using Botox
Don’t suffer with joint pain one more day. Let our ARNP Alice Goodman explain how BOTOX might be the answer to your TMJ pain.
People who tend to clench their jaw or grind their teeth often develop pain in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), which connects the jawbone to the skull. These types of TMJ disorders, commonly referred to simply as TMJ, can lead to chronic facial pain, difficulty eating, locking of the jaw joint, and pain around the ears or other parts of the head.
Botox injections can be used to relax the TMJ muscles and prevent jaw clenching. This simple procedure requires about 50 units of Botox and results last for about 6 months. Watch the video below for more information on using Botox injections to treat TMJ disorders.
Botox is generally considered safe if administered in small amounts by a licensed professional, but some risks are involved. The effects of Botox can spread around the injection site, potentially causing muscle weakness. Always choose a trained, qualified injector with a medical license for Botox or other injectables.
Garcia Weight Loss & Wellness Centers are proud to be Platinum providers for Allergan, and we participate in Allergan’s Brilliant Distinctions Program. Our staff is highly trained in using BOTOX for a variety of purposes, and our Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner has performed more than 13,000 BOTOX injections.
Denise has suffered with TMJ disorder for years, but now with the help of ARNP Alice Goodman, she has found relief. Botox isn’t just for keeping the wrinkles away — it can treat TMJ disorders, migraines, and even excessive sweating. Watch her amazing video testimonial below.
Denise’s BOTOX TMJ Testimonial
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