Bruxism – the grinding and clenching of teeth effects over 80% of the population at some stage in their life. It can be very debilitating for many sufferers. Although, it is such a prevalent condition it ofter remains overlooked and underdiagnosed. For some patients, bruxism doesn't cause any symptoms, for many the side effects are painful and persistent, including headaches, neckaches, migraines and excessive toothwear.
Botox treatment is only one part of a complex treatment we can provide. The muscle relaxing injections into masseter and temporalis muscles significantly reduce their parafunctional intensity and help to ease your symptoms.
At REclinic we will be able to provide a thorough assessment and a complete treatment of bruxism. This may include a special Sleep Clenching Inhibitor splint to reduce parafunctional activity of the chewing muscles and advice regarding how to manage tooth wear.Enquire Today
Please note that you are paying for the treatment only and no guarantee is made of any outcome. Refunds cannot be given under any circumstances, as the product has been used and the service has been delivered.
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