How to Treat Bruxism

Yesterday, we posted about the symptoms of bruxism or teeth grinding. Today, we’re going to talk about how to treat bruxism stop the habits that are contributing to the damage. Why is Bruxism Damaging? First off, let’s talk about why it’s important to treat bruxism. Chronically grinding your teeth can fracture, loosen, chip, and wear…

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Symptoms of Bruxism

In childhood cartoons, the angry villain is commonly seen gnashing and grinding his teeth while the hero is in the process of foiling his evil plans. Teeth grinding is commonly a reaction to stress or pressure, both of which can be rather commonly found in today’s non-stop, busy atmosphere. This practice, however, can turn out…

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Seal The Deal: Dental Sealants

Certain people, namely children and teenagers, can benefit from a little extra protection against cavities and decay. Sure, maintaining proper oral hygiene is effective, but how many times can you remind a person to floss?? Dental sealants offer insurance for the nights they went to bed without brushing! What Is A Sealant? First used sometime…

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3 Common Tooth Care Mistakes

Overall, the main fault people have in regards to teeth brushing is the lack of solid routine. If you have a great routine, you’re on your way to that perfect smile! Listed below are some not-so-often-considered brushing mistakes. 1. Not Brushing Evenly Due to brushing being such a routine activity, you may find yourself zoning…

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