Botox for TMJ and Bruxism Treatment

TMJ/Bruxism Relief with Botox

Relieve Your TMJ Discomfort and Bruxism

  • Using an FDA-approved treatment, Dr. Lathrop can relieve TMJ pain, discomfort, and reduce the presence of associated effects.

Benefits of TMJ Botox Treatment:

  • Reduce TMJ Symptoms
  • Decrease in teeth grinding or jaw clenching
  • Treatment takes as little as 30 minutes

Over 2.5 million TMJ and Bruxism Botox Treatments procedures have been performed in the United States

Across America, more and more people are relieved of associated TMJ symptom pain with Botox.

Who is eligible for a Botox procedure?

If you have any questions about TMJ Botox Treatments, talk to Dr. Lathrop today.

Patients between 18 and 65

Dr. Lathrop can provide Botox treatment for adults between the ages of 18 and 65. Botox helps ease muscle tension associated with TMJ disorder, providing you with some much-needed relief.

Patients with TMJ and Bruxism Symptoms

Patients Who Grind Their Teeth: If you grind your teeth or clench your jaw, you can be damaging your smile. With Botox, you may be able to experience relief from bruxism.

When will I feel results?

In just days

In just 3-5 days, you can start to notice a reduction in the symptoms of TMJ disorder and bruxism.

How We Can Help

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Dr. Lathrop will perform a thorough examination

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He will ensure you stay relaxed and comfortable during the procedure

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In just days you will notice results!

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Call Dr. Lathrop to Schedule Your Appointment Today

832-914-7663

Botox for TMJ and Bruxism Treatment

Ease Jaw Joint Strain

Using an FDA-approved treatment, Dr. Lathrop can use Botox to ease the jaw joint tension behind TMJ disorder. Botox also helps reduce bruxism, or teeth grinding.

Benefits of Botox:

  • Reduced TMJ symptoms
  • Decrease in teeth grinding or jaw clenching
  • Treatment takes as little as 30 minutes

Over 2.5 million Botox procedures have been performed in the United States. Across American, people are experiencing relief from the headaches and jaw pain associated with TMJ disorder and jaw pain.

Patients Who Grind Their Teeth: If you grind your teeth or clench your jaw, you can be damaging your smile. With Botox, you may be able to experience relief from bruxism.

In just 3-5 days, you can start to notice a reduction in the symptoms of TMJ disorder and bruxism.

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