Cbd oil for lockjaw

CBD Oil

CBD oil has a range of uses, including the treatment of TMJ disorders and associated jaw inflammation and pain.

Levesque Dentistry is committed to providing our patients with leading dental care, including the latest treatment modalities for addressing dental health-related concerns. Dr. Vogel and Dr. Levesque offer CBD oil as an alternative treatment option for a range of concerns related to inflammation, anxiety, and sleep disorders.

CBD Oil for Jaw Pain

Bite problems and temporomandibular disorders, or TMD can cause muscle tension and pain in the jaw joints. Over time, patients can experience difficulty eating and speaking or a “locked jaw” that suddenly becomes difficult to open and close. CBD oil has been shown to reduce inflammation around the jaw joints, allowing the muscles to relax and release tension.

We offer hemp-derived Plus CBD Oil™, an agriculturally based product that provides safe and legal treatment. Plus CBD Oil™ is non-psychotropic, producing no euphoric side effects associated with cannabis.

CBD Oil for Dental Anxiety

CBD oil has become more widely accepted and used in the medical community as a treatment for anxiety, including dental anxiety that may prevent you from maintaining your oral health.

We work with anxious patients on an individual basis to evaluate needs and ensure that they feel comfortable, safe, and relaxed during their dental care in our office. CBD oil can help you to feel calmer and reduce the inflammatory side effects of dental treatments for an improved patient experience.

CBD oil is another tool for helping patients receive the dental care they need, improve outcomes, and providing more comprehensive care for complex problems. Drs. Vogel and Levesque will work with you on an individual basis to identify and address your unique needs that can be managed with an appropriate dose of CBD oil.

Cbd oil for lockjaw

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