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Causes and Treatment for Teeth Grinding

Posted in: Tooth grinding, by thecourtyardclinic, on 17th October 2016 | 0 comments
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Teeth Grinding

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A misaligned jaw could be a cause of teeth grinding. Other notable causes of bruxism are stress and anxiety that build up tension in the jaw.

Key takeaways:

  • You will know that you have bruxism if you wake up with tense jaw or a dull headache in the morning.
  • Constant teeth grinding will prove to be a major problem for the teeth. Worn out tooth enamel will lead to sensitivity and even chipped teeth.
  • Teeth grinding can be managed by reducing stress, avoiding alcohol and caffeine, and getting a mouth guard to protect the teeth.

TMJ is not necessarily a cause of grinding, though. “People who have chronic TMJ pain are more likely to grind their teeth,” says Dr. Wadhwa. “However, it’s a chicken and egg argument. We don’t know if TMJ pain causes one to grind their teeth or vice versa.”

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