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Dr. Erin Brady has trained with the very prestigious Dr. Howard Katz on the use of Botox to treat the symptoms of patients who suffer from TMJ Disorder. Dr. Brady has completed specialized training in Chicago (2008) and in Los Angeles (2010).  Dr. Brady has actively been treating patients with Botox since 2011 and EVERY patient benefits from its effects.  There is some...


TMJ Disorder Treatments

  • Therapeutic Botox
  • Cosmetic Botox

Therapeutic Botox

BOTOX® injections can actually help alleviate some health problems and have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for certain disorders. BOTOX® can reduce the number of clenching events and their intensity.

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Cosmetic Botox

BOTOX® Cosmetic is the first and only FDA-approved prescription product that temporarily improves the appearance of both moderate to severe frown lines between the brows and moderate to severe crow’s feet in adults.

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"If you stop the clenching, you can stop the pain." We are truly excited to share this treatment with you. Clenching/grinding muscle pain, headaches, migraines, and wear on the teeth is becoming more and more common. The pain is real, and it can be debilitating.

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Yes, a night guard is great for protecting your teeth and decreasing the destruction of the joint, but if you are still clenching, the following symtoms are not usually relieved:

  • Muscle pain and stiffness in jaws, shoulders, back, neck and behind the eyes
  • Tension headaches and migraine headaches
  • Anxiety
  • Earaches and ringing sound in ears
  • Vertigo
  • Painful clicking, popping or difficulty opening
These symptoms may not be relieved because a night guard usually doesn't stop you from clenching. Botox can STOP you from clenching..... it is the only way to relax the clenching muscles enough to stop the destructive clenching and grinding without changing one's chewing function. We are so happy to have an answer for patients who come into our office suffering from the symptoms listed above.
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erin_brady Dr. Erin S. Brady Originally from Morrilton, Arkansas, Dr. Brady graduated from Morrilton High School... Continue Reading
stacey_hague Stacey Hague, RDH Originally from Texarkana, Arkansas, Stacey graduated Dental Hygiene School from UAMS... Continue Reading

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No - We do our consultation over the phone and through email. We have found it is more convenient for your first appointment at our office to be a "treatment appointment."

Botox is a non-surgical procedure. Depending on the number of injections determined by the doctor and which treatment option you choose, the appointment may last from 15-60 minutes.

In most therapeutic patients, muscle pain will start to disappear within 48 hours, but can take up to one month for maximum relief. With cosmetic patients, wrinkles will begin to disappear within 48 hours, and you will see wrinkles continue to diminish up to two weeks after the procedure. There may be mild brusing, numbness, or redness around the injection sites.

Usually 3-6 months. Most patients will need maintenance injections, however since the clenching cycle is "broken," some patients won't need maintenance injections.

Wrinkles are usually diminished for 3-4 months.

Very little pain is experienced during injections.

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