Teeth grinding

Teeth grinding and jaw clenching, also known as Bruxism, is often related to stress and anxiety, with sufferers being usually unaware they are doing it. In the majority of people, it happens during sleep. For some, it does not cause any symptoms, however others can experience facial pain, headaches and damage to their teeth.

Chronic grinding of the teeth or jaw clenching can cause the masseter muscle to enlarge, causing a widening or a squaring of the jaw, which can sometimes cause female sufferers to feel that it masculinises their face.

At Rejuvenation Rooms we use Botulinum Toxin Type A to address this condition. When injected into targeted muscles, it relaxes them to provide relief from chronic clenching or grinding. This can also help soften the contours of the face when the jaw has become widened.

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