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Bruxism (Teeth Grinding) Treatment

What is Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)?

Bruxism is a condition that is characterised by the involuntary grinding, clenching, or gnashing of teeth. While occasional teeth grinding may not cause significant harm, persistent bruxism can lead to significant dental complications and discomfort. Identifying the symptoms early and seeking appropriate treatment is crucial for maintaining optimal oral health and reducing your need for extensive dental procedures in the future.

There are some symptoms to look out for if you think you might be suffering from bruxism. These symptoms include:

  • Jaw pain  
  • Tooth sensitivity  
  • Headaches  
  • Worn-down teeth  
  • Earaches  

At Este Medical, our dental specialists will perform a comprehensive evaluation of your teeth grinding condition and create a personalised bruxism treatment plan, that could include the use of a mouth guard, to help you achieve lasting relief. Book your consultation today to get started on your journey to the best dental health you’ve ever had.

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What Causes Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)?

Understanding the underlying causes of bruxism is essential for effective treatment and prevention. While the exact cause of teeth grinding may vary from person to person, there are several factors that can contribute to the condition. Some common causes include:

1. Stress and Anxiety

Emotional stress or anxiety can manifest physically and cause teeth grinding as a subconscious coping mechanism.

2. Sleep Disorders

Bruxism is often associated with sleep disorders such as sleep apnoea, where pauses in breathing during sleep can trigger grinding episodes.

3. Malocclusion

Misalignment of the teeth or improper bite alignment can put excessive strain on the jaw muscles, leading to bruxism.

4. Lifestyle Factors

Habits like excessive alcohol consumption, caffeine intake, or smoking can exacerbate teeth grinding.

5. Medications

Certain medications, such as antidepressants or stimulants, may have bruxism as a side effect.

6. Genetic Predisposition

Some individuals may have a genetic predisposition to bruxism, making them more susceptible to teeth grinding.

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