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Teeth Grinding

Temporomandibular joints are hinge that connects jaw to the temporal bones of the skull and are located in front of ears. TMJ is a disorder that causes pain in both jaw and the muscles that control its movement. The main cause behind this disorder has not yet been fully identified, but it definitely is related to a number of factors such as problems with jaw muscles, joints, and also arthritis.

Some of the symptoms of this disorder are:

  • Facial pain
  • Pain in and around one or both of the ears
  • Swelling on the side of face
  • Pain while chewing or difficulty in chewing
  • Feeling of tiredness in the face
  • Locking of the joints in open or closed mount position
  • Pain or tenderness of jaw
  • Pain in temporomandibular joints

This disorder may be temporary and fade away after a while, but if it persists, it can be effectively treated with Neurotoxin. All TMJ and jaw tensions will immediately be relieved after Neurotoxin is injected into facial muscles afflicted with discomfort, and the patient can return to his or her normal life right after the treatment.

Treatment Options

“Glabella” is the skin on your forehead, between your eyebrows and above your nose. When you make facial expressions, that skin is moved by the muscles on your forehead.

You may notice wrinkles that look like wavy lines beginning to develop, depending on your face shape, skin tightness, genetics, and how often you make certain expressions, These wrinkles are called glabellar lines, or more commonly, forehead furrows.

A forehead Botox is a type of procedure that smoothens horizontal lines and vertical wrinkles between the eyes. The injections aim to relax the muscles that cause these wrinkles to form.