Some people suffer with teeth grinding and also teeth clenching. These are two very debilitating conditions becausethey are not only painful but they affect the health of your teeth. Very often the teeth gets worn down very very quickly. Teeth can actually be broken in the course of grinding andclenching
and also as well it can affect yoursleep because very often when people grind their teeth it tendsto be at night when they’re sleeping. The symptoms of teeth grinding and teeth clenching come from how we handle our stress and our aggression in our everyday lives. For some people that’s very difficult and may requireother interventions. However, what we can do for your physicalsymptoms here at botonics
is we can administer neurotoxin, otherwise referred to as Botox bymany people, to the muscles involved in thegrinding and clenching process to relieve some of the pain and also to perhaps atrophy the muscle that would have built up over time thatmay be giving you a wider jaw than you used to have. However, we do recommend that you do also seek some help
with managing your stress and aggressionin your everyday life and other possible underlying rootcauses to this condition. Everyone is very individual so it’simportant to consult you very carefully and assess yourneeds to find out if we can help you to alleviate some of the symptomsthat you’re experiencing. If you do you feel that this is atreatment that you could benefit from them contact botonics and arrange for your free consultationso that we can meet and discuss your
Home Injury Treatments Dislocated Jaw Treatment Tips
You know, many injuries occur throughout everydaylife. Hi, I’m Captain Joe Bruni, and what I’m going to talk about is how to reduce adislocated jaw. A dislocated jaw or any dislocation of any type can be a very painful and traumaticexperience. First, calm the person down who has experienced a dislocated jaw. Then, makepreparations to set the jaw back in place if at all possible. The person must be cooperativefor this to occur. One of the first things that can be done is to wear latex gloves bythe user to prevent the transmission of some type of disease. Also, it would be advisablefor the person that is going to do the reduction to wrap the thumbs in some type of padding.Things such as gauze or cling will work. A
reach inside of the injured person’s mouth,placing the thumbs on the back molars, and pressing down with a great deal of force shouldget the jaw back into alignment. Keep in mind; this will help also reduce the chance of amuscle spasm occurring from the dislocation. It’s also possible that the person who hasdislocated a jaw has also experienced some type of fracture. If a fracture is suspectedafter the reduction of the jaw is put back in place, a trip to a physician may absolutelybe necessary. I’m Captain Joe Bruni. Stay safe, and we’ll see ya’ next time..