Don’t let TMJ/TMD become a pain in the neck.

Seek relief with Botox!

By Dr. Tokiko Poppe

That’s right. Apart from reducing facial lines and wrinkles, these neuromodulator injections can also relax the muscles around the mouth, easing TMJ/TMD and bruxism pain. Talk to Cosmos Dentistry today.


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TMJ/TMD affects the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), which connects the jaw to the skull. It causes pain and instability in this area, making eating, talking, and sleeping difficult, while also producing clicking sounds when moving the jaw.

What is TMJ/TMD?

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Related to TMJ/TMD, bruxism is the clenching and grinding of teeth during sleep. It wears down and damages the teeth, making it difficult to open and close the mouth correctly.

What is bruxism?

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Dr. Tokiko Poppe uses Botox to minimize muscle contractions and tension in the muscles around the mouth, effectively reducing the pain and discomfort of TMJ/TMD and bruxism. It prevents clenching and grinding that can break teeth and dental restorations.

What we do with Botox

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