Teeth Grinding

Grinding teeth, or bruxism, is a condition in which someone grinds and/or clenches teeth. It is usually an unconscious behavior and can occur during awakening as well as while sleeping. Common symptoms of bruxism include worn tooth structure and flattening of the teeth, increased sensitivity of the teeth, jaw pain, softness of the facial muscles and dull headaches. The grinding may be loud enough that it can be heard by others, especially if it happens while you are sleeping. Bruxism is often associated with respiratory disorders, such as sleep apnea and gastric reflux.


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Personal Advice

To help you as best as possible, our doctors provide personal advice. This takes place during a non-binding intake of 10 minutes before the treatment. You tell us what your wishes are and the doctor explains what the options are. He will also tell you what to expect from the procedure. During the treatment, he takes your wishes into account as much as possible. It is also possible to schedule a free intake without obligation.

Before the Treatment

We ask you to be present 15 minutes in advance so that we have enough time for the intake and administrative processing. An anesthetic is not necessary for a Botox treatment.

The Treatment

After the interview and the administrative processing, the treatment takes place. This only takes 5 minutes. The doctor first disinfects the treatment area and marks the puncture sites. Then he injects the botox. You will usually see results after 3 to 4 days. The maximum effect time of the botox is 2 weeks. Only then will you see the end result. This result will be visible for about 3 to 5 months. Botox does need a build-up time. The more often you come to the clinic for treatment, the better and longer the result.

After the Treatment

You may experience a slight swelling or some bruising, but usually there is nothing visible from the treatment. We recommend that you follow the doctor's instructions carefully. For example, he tells you that it is better not to lie down for the first 2 hours and not to exercise for the first 48 hours. It is also important that you stay away from the treated area as much as possible, so that the effect is optimal.

Check-up, after-treatment and re-treatment

Since the end result of botox is visible after 2 weeks, you can come for an evaluation for 2 to a maximum of 3 weeks. If necessary, we will also schedule the re-treatment. If you can still move the treated muscles, we will inject extra botox. This is included in the treatment. If you can still move these muscles afterwards, we will not continue the botox treatment. Your body will then not respond properly to botox.


We offer this treatment from € 350,-

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I still chew well after this treatment?

Yes. After injecting the Botox into the chewing muscle, only the overactivity decreases. You will not experience any discomfort while chewing food.


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