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How does TMJ treatment with botox work?

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Did you know that Botox may help treat symptoms of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders? It may help treat symptoms such as jaw tension, headaches due to teeth grinding, and lockjaw in cases of severe stress.

When treating TMJ dysfunction, a nurse practitioner will inject botox into the muscles that control the jaw. The effects of the treatment typically last 3–5 months. The treatment works quickly, and a person should notice an improvement shortly afterward. As Botox wears off, the symptoms may return.

Do you need botox to relieve TMJ pain? Book now you appointment at Botoplace!

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