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Bruxism teeth grinding may be mild enough to be completely unnoticeable. However, it can be severe enough to lead to jaw disorders, headaches, damaged teeth and other dental problems.
The most common form of bruxism teeth grinding is sleep bruxism. Because you can grind your teeth at night and not even know it until complications develop, it’s important to learn the warning signs and to seek routine dental care. Bruxism treatment may be as simple as practicing self-help steps to reduce stress or may require you to wear a bruxism guard when you sleep.
Warning Signs of Bruxism Teeth Grinding
Here are some warning signs to watch out for:
If you routinely experience one or more of these problems, talk to your dentist about bruxism treatment.
The Bruxism Treatment Guard
Getting Care for Bruxism Teeth Grinding
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Posted 4/20/2016 by Dr. Brandon O’Neal