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Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Alex Rivkin reveals Dr. Ordon and also Dr. Stork exactly how he infuses Botox right into the masseter muscles of Suzannes jaw to treat her TMJ, an inflammation of the temporal-mandibular joint in the jaw.

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neversabrina October 15, 2012 15:51:11

What I never hear discussed in any conversation about TMJ is the strong
link between magnesium deficiencies and nighttime tooth clenching/grinding.
Magnesium helps control involuntary muscle movements. The U.S. population
in general is very low in this important nutrient because our our soil is
also magnesium deficient. Along with techniques to help resolve and relieve
the immediate pain and discomfort of TMJ, all doctors and dentists should
have their patients magnesium levels checked.

roejogan8 October 20, 2012 4:45:27

me too. i think of blowing my head off every single day.

roejogan8 October 20, 2012 4:48:00

there are no permanent solutions to this if it’s bad enough. i haven’t seen
1 single success story in nearly 10 years of researching this hateful

EvolutionXEngine October 20, 2012 19:45:02

I know how to get rid of the pain.. Massage … massage .. massage… Warm
wet towels and pain killers… look it up on youtube… helped me.. do it
constantly… good luck

Nutri Chic December 12, 2012 22:52:09

I know!!!

Tiffany Nevin January 30, 2013 19:54:16

Call Prince Dental Care in San Jose, CA for TMD treatment with Botox,
neuromuscular orthotic, tensing, etc. 408-243-5044

Miss Grinch February 24, 2013 21:45:06

So what does one do when you don’t have any insurance and have TMJ but want
to get help for it???

Ozzie Mayoral March 3, 2013 17:54:25

A proper comprehensive diagnosis of the joint, muscles, and bite is
advisable prior to resorting to Botox for “TMJ”. One needs to know what the
end point is. The “trigger” can be a joint/disc position issue, an improper
bite due to wear, tooth position, dental work, or missing teeth. Botox,
when necessary, should be used in conjunction with a comprehensive
treatment plan for each patient. Work closely with your bite specialist
dentist for this treatment. Otherwise, Botox can be just a Band-Aid.

Nicole Toal April 3, 2013 18:34:13

go to…..plenty of success stories. Yes, its an extremely
infuriating condition, and most things only work for a short time. But a
short time of helpful treatment is something I would be eternally grateful
for. There is no cure. Only ways to lesson the pain and manage it.

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Deb F February 3, 2014 16:30:39

I am living the nightmare now and have for most of my life. I hope I can
find someone to do this treatment. 

Demi Morris July 3, 2014 6:54:19

You can treat TMJ problems permanently in 1-2 months in a natural way,
without medications and bothering with unwanted effects

Doris F. Martinez September 11, 2014 9:20:57

You are able to get rid of tmj permanently in less than 1 – 2 months

    key hi January 29, 2016 13:42:33

    +Doris F. Martinez fucking bullshit 🙂

stix zen October 3, 2014 19:23:35

Botox has serious side effects. Allergan, the company that supplies Botox,
clearly states that there can be serious and life threatening side effects.
I have lost total control of my left side from my neck to my arm right to
the tips of my fingers. I have not been able to do the most basic things
since my injections for chronic migraine almost 3 months ago. Yes it is
getting better, how ever those first two months post injection were a
nightmare! No body in the medical field will acknowledge the reports of my
personal experience. THERE ARE SERIOUS SIDE EFFECTS! and I still get the
migraines. Come on Doc’s!

    Shane Wicher October 3, 2015 22:13:11

    how does it feel when they inject?

Xavior Belverstone October 30, 2014 11:14:32

I learn the secret of step-by-step treatment and successfully stop my TMJ
permanently and naturally within 2 months.

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Prabu Raman October 30, 2014 15:32:29

It is one thing to paralyze the tiny muscles that cause lip wrinkles or
crow’s feet for cosmetic improvement. How does it make sense to paralyze &
atrophy functional muscles that are used for chewing? Why not actually
diagnose the cause? I realize this is a plastic surgeon and not a TMD
dentist. The California Dental Association Journal dedicated its entire
August 2014 issue to TMD. That Journal invited 4 actual TMD experts to
discuss their treatment protocols. I can tell you that sticking Botox in
functional muscles is NOT the way any of the actual TMD / TMJD clinicians
treat “TMJ”.

Gail Honadle July 11, 2015 12:59:55

Has any one heard of the small studies of PPI’s linking them to GP? We know
they causes Barrett’s Esophagus. That they are addictive. Many pills cause

Phil Lynch October 27, 2015 19:15:12

Is this treatment really a viable long term solution given the cost?

    Elton Freeman November 11, 2015 7:26:40

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paul banks November 18, 2015 14:56:09

The disorder is TMD, TMJ is the anatomical name

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