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How Tooth Grinding Can Affect Your Oral Health

How Tooth Grinding Can Affect Your Oral HealthBruxism, or tooth-grinding, is a common problem that can significantly affect your dental health. You may not even be aware that you are grinding your teeth. In fact, most people who grind their teeth do so at night in their sleep, and they may be entirely unaware that they are doing so unless their partners or dentists mention it. Our specialist for smile makeover in Beverly Hills encourages you to learn more about the risks to your dental health.

Tooth-grinding may not cause any damage right away. In fact, for many people, the damage may take years to develop. Eventually, however, the enamel on your teeth will become worn. They may crack or fracture, and they may even loosen. You may develop facial pain or pain in your jaw. You may have chronic headaches, neck aches or shoulder pain. Your teeth may become sensitive, and your cheeks may be irritated. The damage can be severe and, in some cases, irreversible.

Treatment for bruxism may vary depending on the cause. If your bruxism has developed due to misaligned teeth, treating the misalignment may also correct the teeth-grinding. If it is related to stress, medication, counseling and related treatments can help ease the tension. Night guards may be recommended to protect your teeth in the interim.

Our expert in full mouth reconstruction in Beverly Hills may recommend other treatments or procedures in order to restore the full function of your mouth and protect your teeth from further damage. Contact us today to schedule your consultation.

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