Category: Bruxism

Your Riverside Dentist Suggests: Simple Ways To Improve Bruxism

You know that in order to improve your bruxism disorder, you should come in to see our Riverside, CA team. Of course, as you meet with us, your Riverside dentist will suggest the use of an oral appliance (a mouthguard) that provides you with extremely effective and shockingly easy bruxism treatment. However, you wonder: Do… Read more »

The Compounding Risks of Untreated Bruxism

Having bruxism means that you grind your teeth more often than you realize. You may do it unconsciously throughout the day, catching yourself now and then and forcing your teeth to stop. Or, like most patients who have bruxism, you may grind your teeth more often at night while you’re asleep and unable to stop… Read more »

Your Corona Dentist Talks: Why You’re Chewing Your Cheek, Tongue, Etc.

You may wake up in the morning and realize, “Wow, I must have really chewed my cheek while I slept.” You may also notice at some point that it seems like you bit the sides of your tongue, too. Over time, unless it’s a one-time occurrence, this type of damage and discomfort can become frustrating… Read more »

Fix Teeth After Bruxism Damage With Your Temecula Dentist

Wondering what to do about your smile now that bruxism disorder has already caused some damage? While choosing bruxism treatment to prevent any additional injury from occurring is certainly to your benefit, there’s still the destruction that’s been left behind. Perhaps your teeth are chipped. Maybe they’re cracked. Whatever the case, while it’s easy to… Read more »

Your Temecula Dentist Explains: The Ugly Side Of Bruxism!

Your Temecula dentist wants to talk with you about bruxism disorder. What you may realize is that this is a functional problem that can affect just about anyone, that’s treatable, and that does not have to cause you serious damage. However, if you don’t talk with us about your smile, you skip visits, and bruxism… Read more »

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 »