Posts Tagged ‘teeth grinding’

Protect Your Teeth From Bruxism and Seasonal Stress Grinding

Thursday, November 19th, 2020
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Is seasonal stress grinding your teeth down? Don’t let bruxism damage your teeth permanently.

The holiday season will create a significant amount of stress for individuals over the next two months. While this time can have many enjoyable elements, the stress produced by gift-buying, school assignments, work projects, family, and more can all contribute to bruxism. What is bruxism? This is the condition in which you clench and grind your teeth throughout the day and night. This clenching and grinding can become disruptive and lead to body pain and tooth sensitivity. If you believe you suffer from bruxism, read on to learn more about the symptoms and treatments, and schedule a consultation with your dentist as soon as possible. (more…)

The Best Techniques for Keeping Your Tooth Enamel Strong

Monday, February 24th, 2020
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Follow these techniques to keep your tooth enamel strong.

The hard coating of your teeth is your enamel, and it works hard every day to protect your teeth from decay. Some wear and tear as we age is normal, but there is plenty you can do to keep your enamel strong and your teeth healthy. Once you lose your tooth enamel, it’s gone, and your teeth become extremely sensitive. If you take care to practice the following techniques, you can avoid losing your enamel and putting your teeth at risk.  (more…)

The Symptoms and Causes of Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)

Friday, September 27th, 2019
Learn about the symptoms and causes of bruxism.

Learn about the symptoms and causes of bruxism.

Bruxism, or teeth grinding, is the involuntary clenching or grinding of teeth that results in abnormal wear patterns on the teeth, periodontal breakdown, and joint problems. The symptoms of bruxism are often easy to spot, but the causes are varied and can be more of a mystery. Continue reading to learn more about the symptoms and causes of teeth grinding. (more…)