Swallowing a basic oromotor function for survival, investigated with videofluoroscopy (VFS) and flexible endoscopic evaluation (FEES) have limitations either of ionizing radiation, soft-tissue details or of invasiveness. Further clinical examination is challenged with cognitive impairment in degenerative diseases, so non-invasive technique is required for appropriate management. Cine magnetic resonance imaging (dynamic MRI, dMRI) and T2 weighting visualize saline water hyperintensity signal for tissue-bolus contrast without any gadolinium agent. This pilot study reveals dMRI as sensitive non-invasive technique for measuring all the four phases. In motor degenerative diseases like Parkinson’s Disease aids detecting early signs of dysphagia for optimal intervention.