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Protect Your Smile with Night Guards

Man holding jaw in painBruxism is the medical term for grinding, gnashing or clenching your teeth, a condition that affects both children and adults. Some people with bruxism unconsciously clench their teeth together during the day, often when they feel anxious or tense. This is different from tooth grinding or clenching that occurs at night, which is called sleep bruxism. Most children who are bruxers do so at night, while adults are either daytime or nighttime bruxers. Bruxism may be mild and may not even require treatment. However, it can be frequent and severe enough to lead to jaw disorders, headaches, damaged teeth and other problems. Unfortunately, people with sleep bruxism usually aren't aware of the habit, so they aren't diagnosed with the condition until complications occur. That's why it's important to know the signs and symptoms of bruxism and to seek regular dental care.

The simplest and most common treatment for Bruxism is the utilization of a nightguard. This appliance will prevent wear and tooth fractures and designed to help the muscles of your jaw to relax and maintain the health of the Temporo-Mandibluar-Joint. The night guards we make in our office are true works of art. It is a multi-step procedure to construct an injection molded hard appliance that fits your bite precisely. For more information on night guards, call our office.

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