Dr. Leslie Gallon, BSc, DMD, discusses teeth grinding (bruxism).
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Featuring Dr. Leslie Gallon, BSc, DMD
Duration: 34 seconds
In our stressful lives, one of the most common reasons of dental sensitivity and pain is tooth grinding.
It can cause headaches, it can cause joint problems, it can make your teeth break. Sometimes your teeth even break right in half and have to be extracted. It can loosen your teeth and make gum disease much worse.
Your dentist can help you by adjusting your bite so that it's more stable, or making a nightguard so that you're not grinding at night. So, ask your dentist about grinding.
Local Practitioners: General Dentist
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