Bruxism: Why grind your teeth at night?

bruxism
February 14, 2014

Bruxism is defined as teeth grinding during the hours of sleep, so involuntary. However, it should not be a problem to not pay attention, quite the opposite, as it can take even another set of problems for our health, both of the mouth in particular and our health in general. So, physicians and specialists remember that bruxism not only damages teeth, but can also cause pain in head, neck, face…

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Effective tips to stop teeth grinding

teeth grinding
August 2, 2012

Bruxism is a terrible behavior that is capable of anything other complications, so, unfortunately, few people understand this. It’s a habit that has to do with grinding or clenching of enamel in the course of rest, either day or night. From the health perspective, bruxism can cause headaches, jaw pain, disorder consuming, despression symptoms, insomnia, broken tooth symptoms, toothache pain, TMJ, and assorted others. From observation, the people who grind…

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