Category: Bruxism

Oral Appliance Therapy For Teeth Grinding

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What habits do you practice each day to promote your oral health? Brushing and flossing help you remove bacterial deposits that gather on the surface of your teeth. This prevents cavity formation and gum irritation that can lead to infection. But what can you do about concerns that happen while you are asleep? If you… Read more »

Safeguarding Your Smile From Nightly Grinding

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The oral hygiene habits you practice each day form the basis for your smile care. They help stop tooth decay and gum disease from taking hold and wreaking havoc on your teeth’s function and appearance. But what can you do if an unconscious problem is causing smile damage? If you wake up each day with… Read more »

We Design Mouthguards To Prevent Teeth Grinding

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If you wake up with pain or soreness in the muscles of your jaw, this could mean you are grinding your teeth at night. Also known as bruxism, constant grinding, and clenching can quickly wear down the surface of your smile to create a host of other oral health problems. Without treatment, your teeth can… Read more »

Protecting Your Smile From Grinding

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Do you feel aches or pain in your facial muscles when you wake up each morning? If your jaw joints feel worse for wear, you could be grinding your teeth at night. This unconscious habit destroys the protective outer layer of your smile leaving you sensitive to developing severe problems with your oral health. As… Read more »

An Innovative Approach To Treating Bruxism

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If you have headaches or constant stress in your facial muscles when you awake, you may be grinding your teeth while you sleep. By talking to your dentist, we can examine your smile to detect the signs of a condition called bruxism. This constant grinding of the teeth can lead to significant dental damage when… Read more »

A Valuable Therapy For Treating Toothaches

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When you have consistent pain in one of your teeth that will not go away on its own, please do not ignore your symptom. This could indicate a serious bacterial infection that left alone risks spreading to other parts of your body. By letting your dentist know right away, we could perform a treatment to… Read more »

Useful Treatment For TMJ Disorder

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Do you experience constant aches in the muscles and joints of your face and jaw? Without proper treatment, this problem can greatly reduce your quality of life. You may notice your discomfort increasing in severity and interfering with your ability to fully open and close your mouth. Your problem may be caused by constant grinding… Read more »