There is a surgery available that is fairly effective when done early. The modified Forssell's surgical procedure may provide the best results with a 60% success rate in one large study. Surgical treatments include bilateral buccostomy (creating bilateral buccal fistulae to prevent development of an oral vacuum), neurectomy of the ventral branch of the spinal accessory nerve (to prevent motor activity of the sternomandibularis muscle), Forssell's procedure (resection of a segment of the omohyoideus, sternothyroideus and sternomandibularis muscles), and the modified Forssell's procedure (transection of a large segment of the ventral branch of the spinal accessory nerve, and transverse and oblique sectioning of the cranial, middle and caudal aspects of the omohyoideus and sternohyoideus muscles).
I found this on a website. We have tried EVERYTHING. She has been cribbing for 2 years. Has already gotten colic and is losing weight. I think this might be our last option.