Botox for Teeth Grinding

Put teeth grinding to a halt

Stop suffering from the aches and pains of teeth grinding and clenching. Sisu Clinic’s botox treatment for teeth grinding can dramatically reduce bruxism and its symptoms, including joint pain, tooth damage, neck and shoulder tension, headaches, and address structural changes that can misshapen your facial contour over time.

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Botox for Teeth Grinding

Dr. Oisin Browne

Sisu Clinic

Dublin

"If you are someone who suffers from teeth grinding or clenching, this is the perfect treatment for you. We have phenomenal success with this procedure as it can really improve a patient's quality of life. I have treated numerous patients who have gone from chewing through mouth guards prescribed by their dentist to having zero issues with grinding and clenching at night. It can also help to make the face appear more slender."

Botox for Teeth Grinding

Dr. Oisin Browne

Sisu Clinic

Dublin

"If you are someone who suffers from teeth grinding or clenching, this is the perfect treatment for you. We have phenomenal success with this procedure as it can really improve a patient's quality of life. I have treated numerous patients who have gone from chewing through mouth guards prescribed by their dentist to having zero issues with grinding and clenching at night. It can also help to make the face appear more slender."

Developed by doctors, designed for you

Common questions and the honest answers from Sisu’s very own doctors.

Q: Can botox help with teeth grinding?

A: The procedure of injecting botox into the masseter muscle can substantially relax your jaw, decreasing and even halting habitual clenching and grinding while you sleep. This treatment helps patients live their lives more comfortably and pain-free, while reducing inflammation and hypertrophy in the jaw muscles. It also results in refining the jawline.

Q: How much botox do I need to treat bruxism?

A: The amount of medicine needed, as well as the areas treated, largely depend on a patient's medical situation. A typical treatment plan for teeth grinding ranges from 20 to 30 units injected on each side of the face, for a total of 40-60 units.

Q: What other therapies help with teeth grinding?

A: Many patients who suffer from bruxism and night grinding see a dental professional to have a mouth guard or splint made to reduce the wear and tear caused by habitual grinding and clenching. Practicing better sleep hygiene, including sleeping in a dark room without distractions and waking up at the same time each day, can help. Research has also shown various facial and neck exercises, including yoga, can help with pain management.

Q: How long does botox last when used for teeth grinding?

A: Most patients will see almost all of their symptoms subside within 14 days after receiving treatment. The therapeutic results for botox for teeth grinding can last up to 6 months. Some patients report the treatment is life-changing.

Botox for Teeth Grinding

 Pricing

We measure success in smiles, not milliliters. That’s why every treatment is personalised to suit your needs and will be based on an in-depth discussion between you and our medical practitioner. There are no surprises and no cost-per-unit.

Starting at €500

We monitor market pricing to ensure we offer the best price for cutting-edge medical care. Starting prices generally reflect the typical price patients pay per treatment, but individual factors, including physiology, can impact total costs. Your medical provider will discuss all costs with you during your appointment.

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Our expert medical team is ready to listen and address any questions or concerns you have about our treatments and protocols. To ensure our medical practitioners deliver the best personalised experience, care, and results, we require a consultation prior to performing your first treatment. In most cases, you will be able to receive treatment immediately following your consultation.

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