Have you ever woken up with pressed teeth and pain in your jaw? Or you may have noticed that teeth whiskers ?! If yes, it is bruxism.
Bruxism excessive teeth grinding or jaw clenching at night while we are sleeping. Patients with the teeth of the lower jaw climb over the surface of the teeth on the upper jaw and thus irreversibly damage them.One of the symptoms of bruxism is pain in the area of the ear, eye, jaw and chewing muscles. All these symptoms if ignored can lead to excessive teeth wear, damage to the supporting device and jaw. The main cause of bruxism is stress and anxiety in adults as well as the growth and development of teeth in children from the 4th to the 6th year. Most people often do not know what actually happens with their teeth at night while they sleep, until the moment when their life partner, who cannot normally sleep, mentions it. The dentist also noticces the loss of enamel and the excessive use of teeth during the inspection. We often hear patients when they come to our clinic with damaged ceramics after prosthetic therapy, claiming they sleep well t so they do not understand how the damage to the protic construction occurred.
How to Get Rid of Bruxism?
The answer is simple – to live without stress. But, as you know, it is not so simple nowadays. Therefore, it is first necessary to deal with all possible reasons that led to bruxism, and then an individual protective rubber is placed on the teeth every night before bedtime thus the symptoms caused by grinding the teeth are reduced. If you have questions related to this topic or in general about the health of your teeth, feel free to arrange a checkup.

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