Category: Bruxism

Your Moreno Valley Dentist Explains: How Bruxism Hides

Whether you have recently read something about bruxism disorder or we have diagnosed you with a need for bruxism treatment, you might be shocked. How on earth is anyone supposed to figure out that they have bruxism when it’s often so difficult to detect? In short, visits to our practice every six months will allow… Read more »

How Do I Know If I Have Nighttime Tooth Grinding (Bruxism)?

Bruxism is a dental term for “tooth grinding.” You may be aware if you grit or grind your teeth during the day. It usually occurs in stressful situations, although many times it is an unconscious habit. There are lifestyle changes, such as breathing techniques and meditation that can help reduce stress in our waking lives…. Read more »

How Bruxism Affects Your Future

Have you been diagnosed by our team with bruxism? Are you well aware that we offer comfortable, noninvasive bruxism treatment but you continue to assume grinding or clenching your teeth is not really something to worry about? First, it is important to recognize that you may be performing this habit a lot – you just… Read more »

Your Bruxism Refresher Course

Have you been wondering if something is not quite right with your smile lately? Whether you’re suffering from minor or major discomfort, it’s important to remember that we always encourage you to schedule an appointment to see us, so we can get to the bottom of the problem. For patients who have been told that… Read more »

The Thing About Teeth-Grinding

You won’t notice it immediately, but if you constantly grind your teeth, then eventually, the friction and pressure can damage your teeth and exhaust the jaws that move them. The thing about teeth-grinding, however, is that patients who do it dangerously often typically do so in their sleep, and therefore aren’t aware of it until… Read more »

Save the Grinding for Coffee Beans and Give your Teeth a Break

Teeth grinding is clinically known as bruxism, a dental condition that can be very damaging to your smile. Usually a subconscious habit that occurs in your sleeping hours (often due to stress and anxiety) bruxism can have serious consequences over time if the condition is left untreated. Teeth grinding can happen to anyone at any… Read more »

All About Bruxism from Your Riverside Dentists

Bruxism is a dental term that is also known as teeth grinding. Usually a subconscious habit that often manifests while you sleep at night, teeth grinding can been related to stress and anxiety. Sometimes the condition of bruxism can go on for a while before it is discovered, but unfortunately there can be serious consequences… Read more »