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home contact us best treatment for bruxism home--> general videos from youtube privacy policy the best treatment for bruxism revealed january 24th, 2012 by admin teeth grinding also known as bruxism is called sleep bruxism. bruxism or teeth grinding is when a person has the habit of grinding his upper and lower teeth at night. there can be many reasons for teeth grinding in sleep. bruxism is an unwelcome condition found in everyone at some point of time in their life. for the most part, people who often gnash, grind, and clench their teeth are likely to be suffering from it. while it commonly occurs at night during sleep, some people exhibit signs and symptoms of the condition during the day. grinding of the teeth, can occur while the person is awake or while asleep. this kind of repeated action leads to stretching or slow injuring of the jaw muscles, which can lead to jaw clicking when chewing. this clicking sound may be asymptomatic or it may also be accompanied by pain when opening and closing the mouth. understand that this condition can affect not only adults but children as well. teeth grinding in children is very common, as they unconsciously get into the habit of clenching teeth at night. the odds of suffering from bruxism increase if you have misaligned or missing teeth; this cause is found with greater prevalence in children and is believed to be the main reason for child bruxism. this condition is very painful and damaging to the teeth, and at the same time, it can also be very disturbing to your spouse, sibling, partner, or any person who sleeps in the same room with you. if you want to stop teeth grinding, you need to find a way to cure bruxism. an assessment of the underlying cause is essential for alleviating pain and other accompanying symptoms. causes of bruxism teeth grinding is caused mostly due to stress, improper jaw alignment, incorrect body postures, irregular eating habits and sleep and gastric problems like constipation. as a matter of fact, it is usually the partner of the affected person or a member of the family who detects the condition. occasionally, bruxism may be caused by other health problems like parkinson’s disease or it may be a side-effect of some antidepressant medications. another reason that can lead to bruxism is forceful muscle contractions of the jaw, which may occur due to abnormalities in the calcium levels in the body. signs of bruxism insomnia, stress, tension and anxiety, headaches, eating disorders depression, earaches, receding gums, increased need for dental work such as root canals, severely worn teeth. in some cases of bruxism, the symptoms are so subtle that the person does not even worry about it but people with serious bruxism can end up with chipped or missing teeth, infections of the gums, soreness of the jaw and neck and more problems. for this reason it should be considered when treatment planning and discussing options with dentist. dental problems caused by bruxism a host of dental problems could give rise to tooth pain. in a nutshell, some of the symptoms of bruxism are: abrasion of the teeth damage caused to the tooth enamel the inside part of the tooth, the dentin, being exposed, over-sensitivity of the teeth, pain in certain areas of the face, tense muscles of the jaw and face, jaw dislocation, headaches, indentations on the tongue, damage caused to the inside part of the cheeks, a clicking or popping in the temporomandibular joint. eventually it can fracture teeth or wear them down. hypertrophy (build-up or enlargement) of the masseter muscle can also occur, altering the facial appearance, especially those of the jowl. when the masseter muscles become disproportionately overdeveloped,they can block the opening of the nearby parotid or salivary glands. in extreme cases, bruxism leads to temporomandibular joint disorder. which is an umbrella term covering pain and dysfunction of the muscles of mastication (the muscles that move the jaw) and the temporomandibular joints (the joints which connect the mandible to the skull). the most important feature is pain, followed by restricted mandibular movement,[1] and noises from the temporomandibular joints (tmj) during jaw movement. although tmd is not life threatening, it can be detrimental to quality of life,[2] because the symptoms can become chronic and difficult to manage. surgical procedures that alter anatomic relationships without addressing factors contributing to pathogenesis may be more prone to failure and recurrence of tmd symptoms. tmd can be just a nuisance — or it can be a life-altering problem. when it’s less severe, crunching down on a hard bit of food can shoot a bolt of pain through the jaw joint — unpleasant, to be sure, but not serious. with time and simple home care, the pain usually subsides. for some people, the disc within the jaw joint slips out of position during sleep, he says. “all of a sudden, they’ll wake up in the morning and they can’t open their mouth more than 10 millimeters and a normal opening is 50 millimeters or so. so imagine you’re trying to eat breakfast and you can’t open your mouth wide enough to get the toast in there. that can be very panicking.” malocclusion, or bad bite, is more common among bruxers than in the general population. to be sure, misaligned teeth may serve as the cause of bruxism, not as its consequence. but bruxism may often involve more pressure on one side of the mouth than on the other, thereby causing malocclusion. the loss of tooth enamel (hard outer layer that covers the crown) and dentin (tissue underlying the enamel) can also cause tooth sensitivity. the surface area of the lower and upper teeth, known as occlusal surface, is usually ground down to such an extent, that it creates an imbalance in the closure between the right and left sides of the mouth. if that is the case, then the dentist will try to re-establish the plane of occlusion by restoring the occlusal surface of the teeth affected. there are a number of treatments for this ailment including getting a nightguard, psychosocial methods, medication and botox. popular treatments include molded mouthpieces for bruxism, relaxation techniques, and in extreme cases muscles relaxers can be implemented to loosen the jaw and decrease the pressure that is building up. in general, the treatment will depend on the cause behind it. but in case the problem persists, there are a few solutions that can be adopted as measures to defeat this annoying problem. however, before opting for complicated procedure it is better to have a proper consultation with the dentist. making some changes to the things you eat could be the major solution necessary to bring about expected relief from every problem related to your teeth. people affected with bruxism can learn to control the effects of their involuntary nervous system by learning how to respond properly to the changes of the conditions that affect the body. mouth-dental devices: splints and dental mouth guards: oftentimes, when bruxism or tmj sufferers visit their dentist to hopefully stop teeth grinding, they would be advised to use mouth guards or if the patient is concerned about dental damage then they may want to wear a mouth guard at night. the mouth guard will not actually prevent you from grinding your teeth but it does work well to keep them protected from damage. this is important because constant and uncontrolled grinding of the teeth could lead to severe abrasion of teeth and excessive loss of tooth enamel. nightguards are available in many vibrant colors and sizes to suit all ages. biofeedback devices: they are devices programmed to sense the muscle activities in the temporalis muscles and monitor them. the device gets triggered by the teeth grinding activity. it also maintains the integrity of the bite for those patients that may be undergoing long term extensive reconstruction. nevertheless, a nightguard that’s designed specially to address bruxism is extremely comfortable and adjustable. snap-on-smile snap-on smile can be used as a cosmetic removal partial denture. it will replace missing teeth but at the same time enhance the appearance of the remaining teeth. advantages of snap-on smile: o it can be used to understand, diagnose, manage and stabilise the vertical dimension. o it commands good retention since it is a completely tooth-borne appliance. o it helps to overcome a variety of short term and long term clinical challenges o it provides a non-invasive restorative solution o it can be used as a diagnostic appliance for short-term occlusal management and occlusal analysis. botox: botulinum toxin at times is recommended for bruxism. botox is a highly toxic substance and hence, when is used for medications is extremely diluted. the solution is mixed with local anesthesia and the whole procedure takes place under general anesthesia. this procedure is only opted for when most other options have failed since it carries the risk of possible injury to facial nerves as well. by injecting onabotulinumtoxin a (botox) in the masseter muscles of their jaws could result in significant reductions in self-reported pain and teeth grinding. natural treatments natural bruxism treatment is one of the most effective ways of getting a permanent relief from this problem. alternative options to cure bruxism are available nowadays and most of them can be found on the internet. herbal tea: herbal infusions such as chamomile tea or peppermint tea can help provide relief from toothache. snap-on smile is one technology which can enhance both experience and predictability of treatment for any cosmetic dentist to provide his/ her patients. vanilla extract: in order to use vanilla extract for toothache, you need to dip a cotton swab in a few drops of pure vanilla extract and apply it on the affected tooth. physical therapy massaging the neck and face muscles before bed will help to keep them loose and limber and prevent you from grinding your teeth through the night. it can be used to get relief from toothache. even physical therapy and stretching exercises help in proper functioning of muscles and joints in the body. hypnosis practitioners say that hypnosis is the best solution to bruxism caused by jaw tension. in fact, right now, hypnosis is used to treat a lot of behavioral problems. on the average, patients who subjected themselves to hypnosis session for bruxism claim that they experience relief two to three nights after the therapy session. if you want to try hypnosis as a permanent solution to bruxism, talk to a hypnotic expert whose proficiency lies on the treatment of bruxism. home remedy saline solution gargling with warm saline solution is an age-old home remedy for alleviating tooth pain. swishing warm saline solution in the mouth may help in reducing swelling. in cases of gastric dirorders to be the cause of bruxism, calcium and magnesium supplements help in treatment of bruxism. this is because bruxism is also closely associated with gastric disorders. even pantothenic acid is recommended as a dietary supplement to combat bruxism. diet: making some changes to the things you eat could be the major solution necessary to bring about expected relief from every problem related to your teeth. it is best to avoid chewing gum or eating hard foods that require a lot of chewing. do not binge excessively on candies and nuts which make you grind the teeth more. also, chew the food properly, as swallowing food without proper chewing leads to gastric problems which in turn aggravates bruxism. mouth guard for grinding teeth to alleviate the pain december 22nd, 2011 by admin in case you want a mouth guard for grinding teeth, there are particular things you need to look at, watch out for, and consider. grinding teeth can be a very serious health issue alone but there is more you need to know.first, though, continue reading “mouth guard for grinding teeth to alleviate the pain” » bruxism mouth guard: can prevent teeth damage december 11th, 2011 by admin teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, does not only disrupt your partner’s good night sleep, it also damages your teeth, gums, and jaw. there are several ways to treat this problem including medications, surgery, and lifestyle and behavior modification. however, the easiest and the one that promises immediate result is through the use of bruxism mouth guards. bruxism mouth guards or night guards are made from durable plastic material and are intended to prevent your teeth from touching while you sleep. daytime mouth guards are also available but because nocturnal teeth grinding puts more pressure and damage to your teeth, this article will only focus on the use of a bruxism mouth guard. a bruxism mouth guard is hard and durable enough to withstand the pressure caused by grinding of teeth. it can be acquired through your dentist who will fit the night guard to your bite pattern to fit your mouth and teeth accurately. this the easiest cure to teeth grinding as it offers an instant solution to teeth gritting problems. the guards are worn during the night and users might feel uncomfortable when using it for the first time. the best ones are those approved by the fda and are custom-fitted by your dentist. because it is fitted especially for your mouth and teeth, it won’t fall out of place during the night and will protect your teeth from touching, reducing the pressure on your teeth and pain on your jaw muscles. however, these can be quite costly compared to mouth guards that can be bought in drugstores. over the counter mouth guards are available in a variety of sizes but are mostly in one size that fits most people. it is cheap compared to the ones fitted by your dentists but if it does not fit snugly into your teeth or mouth, it won’t be of much help. over the counter night guards should be durable enough and can be disinfected through boiling for your protection. most over the counter bruxism night guards are disposable after a few nights of usage. while it may not be recommended for long-term use, it is best used in sports events. adults and children are both affected by this problem at some point in their lives. while most children outgrow the symptoms as they grow older, some do not and continue to grind their teeth throughout their adolescence and adult life. as teeth grinding is ignored, it becomes a habit that is hard to manage. many people sometimes clench or grind their teeth involuntarily during the day, causing further damage to the jaw and teeth. bruxism mouth guards are as effective when you use it. though only a temporary solution, a bruxism night guard prevents your teeth from cracking and your jaw from soreness and pain. there are natural ways to cure bruxism besides the temporary solution of a bruxism night guard. it is easy, natural and solves the problem forever. dental night guard for prevention and treatment of bruxism november 30th, 2011 by admin a dental night guard is the main form of prevention / cure used by people who suffer from bruxism – which you may know better as the grinding of teeth at night. surprisingly, most people will suffer from bruxism at some point in their life, although in many cases it is a passing phase and no further treatment is required. however, when treatment is required, a dental night guard is the most common form of treatment. it is both a prevention and a cure in that it works by physically stopping you being able to grind your teeth together. however it’s not a cure in the sense that often, when the night guard is taken away, the grinding of teeth will resume – i.e. without that physical prevention there, the mouth will go back to doing what it has always done. this can be an annoying experience for anyone who does make use of a dental mouth guard. it can make traveling and sharing a bed with a new partner an awkward experience, whether it’s because you forgot the mouth guard or because you don’t feel comfortable telling your new partner about it yet – that perception that it’s a little bit geeky. recently some new kinds of mouth guards have entered the market that propose to “retrain” your mouth. in essence they reprogram the muscles responsible for causing the teeth grinding. they act more like a splint than a dental night guard. when combined with some relaxation exercises it often leads to the users being able to sleep without using a mouth guard. in essence, this presents a better option than a dental night guard as they are an actual cure to the problem – i.e. they allow the sufferer to sleep properly without having to wear a guard every night. so is this new method the best cure then? unfortunately for some people the thought of having to wear a dental night guard – even just for a limited time – is very off-putting. for these people a better option is a system of treatment that involves combining relaxation exercises with some other forms of therapy – a cure for bruxism that doesn’t require a mouth guard. tmj mouth guard: cures related tmj ailment november 21st, 2011 by admin tmj night guard products are becoming more and more popular and understandably so for tmj symptoms or problems are more prominent than ever before. the purpose of this article will be to help you get more information on the various tmj cures available to those who suffer due to some tmj-related ailment. one of those options that has been proven in clinical studies to work is a tmj mouth guard. a properly designed tmj mouth guard, which can reduce tmj symptoms, allows specific contacts between specific teeth for your unique and particular bite and thus allows your muscles, ligaments and tendons to relax in a healthy position. tmj symptoms to be brief, some of the associated tmj problems are: jaw pain clicking and/or popping grinding teeth in sleep unexplainable migraine or normal headaches ear pain depression if you are experiencing any of those, you should see a tmj-specialist dentist. it just might be that you don’t need any more dental intervention other than to get an inexpensive night guard and to initiate a series of simple jaw-strengthening exercises. perhaps you have hereditary problems associated with jaw clicking and popping, for example. or maybe you had some kind of trauma that precipitated the clicking, popping, jaw pain or grinding of teeth in the night. that might mean a mouthguard might be even more necessary for you. take heart, though. if it is hereditary, or if your jaw muscles are weak, a good tmj dentist can prescribe exercises and other simple yet effective measures to help you. a tmj night guard, however, may be just what the doctor orders. the cons of a tmj mouth guard? i read one article online where the author disparages the use of a customized mouth guard or any kind of mouth guard to help solve a tmj problem. he believed that all that was needed was jaw strengthening exercises. he did say that a mouth guard works “most of the time”, which was interesting. pros of a tmj mouth guard the obvious “pro” of a night guard is that it can cure your problem. many report accordingly, which explains their popularity on the web and elsewhere. to put it plainly, they work. plus, they are very inexpensive and affordable. recommendations if you need a customized mouth guard for your tmj problem; if you are looking for an honest-to-goodness review without the desire of financial gain at the root of a review, which is common on the web, then you need an honest analysis from someone who is an authority on the subject he or she is reviewing. you need a professional’s opinion. i’d much rather take the opinion of an experienced tmj specialist dentist over the opinion of someone unqualified, wouldn’t you? using a tmj brace for bruxism treatment november 10th, 2011 by admin wearing a tmj brace may make a huge improvement in both your daily health and quality of sleep. most people choose to wear a night guard or other tmj brace for the following reasons: 1. to protect their teeth from wearing down. when your dentist advises you to use a night guard, it is for the protection of your teeth from bruxism or teeth grinding. often, grinding of the teeth is a result of the tmj condition and stress. if you are grinding down only the back teeth, there is probably a problem with your bite that needs to be corrected. it is also possible- although rare- to grind down your front teeth, even if you have a good bite. you will need to find a tmj dentist that will custom fit a night guard for your teeth. 2. to reduce or eliminate jaw pain. jaw pain is considered to be a muscle pain. wearing a night guard or tmj brace will help reduce contractions of the muscles. often, the tissues in the jaw joint become inflamed and you feel pain when you use it to bite down. you can wear a tmj brace any time day or night for relief of the pressures placed on the tm joint. by reducing these muscle contractions you will be able to find some relief from your tmj symptoms. 3. to stop the clicking and popping. a common symptom for tmj sufferers is clicking and popping in the jaw area. you do not need to be concerned if this is your only symptom. however, if the clicking and popping are accompanied by pain, you should seek tmj therapy through the use of a tmj brace. usually these symptoms will not be completely eliminated, but they can be lessened over time so that you may not even notice them. 4. to stop or prevent a locked jaw. in times of very high stress, some patients with severe tmj symptoms will have increased inflammation of the jaw muscle tissues. this inflammation and fatigue will then cause a loss of function of the tmj capsule. as a result, the jaw can lock close. often, a patient with a locked jaw can only open the mouth one quarter to one half of an inch. a tmj guard or brace can be very usual in preventing this issue from occurring. 5. to perform tmj therapy. often, a tmj dentist will use a night guard or brace as part of tmj therapy. this will be a multi-appointment process where you work to relieve your tmj symptoms. the brace will also be adjusted as your dentist works to realign your jaw with your teeth. having a proper alignment of the jaw and teeth is crucial to relief of tmj symptoms. dental night guard cures grinding of teeth october 30th, 2011 by admin ` a dental night guard is the main form of prevention / cure used by people who suffer from bruxism – which you may know better as the grinding of teeth at night. surprisingly, most people will suffer from bruxism at some point in their life, although in many cases it is a passing phase and no further treatment is required. however, when treatment is required, a dental night guard is the most common form of treatment. it is both a prevention and a cure in that it works by physically stopping you being able to grind your teeth together. however it’s not a cure in the sense that often, when the night guard is taken away, the grinding of teeth will resume – i.e. without that physical prevention there, the mouth will go back to doing what it has always done. this can be an annoying experience for anyone who does make use of a dental mouth guard. it can make traveling and sharing a bed with a new partner an awkward experience, whether it’s because you forgot the mouth guard or because you don’t feel comfortable telling your new partner about it yet – that perception that it’s a little bit geeky. recently some new kinds of mouth guards have entered the market that propose to “retrain” your mouth. in essence they reprogram the muscles responsible for causing the teeth grinding. they act more like a splint than a dental night guard. when combined with some relaxation exercises it often leads to the users being able to sleep without using a mouth guard. in essence, this presents a better option than a dental night guard as they are an actual cure to the problem – i.e. they allow the sufferer to sleep properly without having to wear a guard every night. so is this new method the best cure then? unfortunately for some people the thought of having to wear a dental night guard – even just for a limited time – is very off-putting. for these people a better option is a system of treatment that involves combining relaxation exercises with some other forms of therapy – a cure for bruxism that doesn’t require a mouth guard. how to stop grinding teeth? october 29th, 2011 by admin how to stop grinding teeth: teeth grinding at night is a movement disorder in which the sleeper clench or grind their teeth. teeth grinding can cause unusual wear of the teeth and cracks in the surface of the tooth enamel. the disorder can cause pain in the jaw, known as tmj, the teeth may become loose and gradually move out of place, it is important to avoid teeth grinding by following these recommendations. • get regular dental checkups. if someone has not called grinding of the teeth to the attention of the mill, the results are usually seen by a dentist. dentists can fit a patient with custom plastic mouth guards that fit over the upper or lower teeth. • buy plastic inserts for the mouth at pharmacies and supermarkets, marketed as a night guard or mouth guard. that can be installed by warming in hot water to allow it to take the shape of the teeth.for teeth grindering you might consider trying one of these if you cannot afford to have a night guard from the dentist. • consider using warning muela, a device that uses biofeedback to signal a dream when he starts to grind. the feeding device of the battery sends a signal tone of bed to stop. • try to reduce stress. grinding teeth at night can be a symptom of stress during the day. seek counseling if appropriate to help cope with life stresses. if he is a child, encourage him to talk of things that could be causing trouble. tips & warnings • a fitted mouth guard from your dentist is more comfortable and durable. • before purchasing a mouth guard at the pharmacy, make sure you read the warnings on the packaging. everyone handles excess stress differently. some people develop an ulcer, some people develop high blood pressure, and some people grind or clench their teeth. stress, which is now believed to be the leading cause of grinding and clenching teeth, dental researchers say. in the past, malocclusion (the way your teeth fit together) is to blame, and dentists would grind the teeth down, trying to adjust the bite. in a small percentage of cases, sleep patterns are responsible. the reasons that children grind their teeth remain unclear. the problem with bruxism, a habit of grinding or clenching of teeth is called, the wear of the teeth. when you grind your teeth, that can cause erode tooth enamel. this can lead to sensitive teeth and tooth decay, and can damage expensive dental work. finally, the crushing taxes on the muscles and joints of the temporomandibular joint (jaw). prolonged grinding may damage the jaw joint to cause osteoarthritis, and bone loss in periodontal (gum), but does not actually cause gum disease. teeth grinding is believed to be hereditary. also gender-related: three times more women than men gnash their teeth. bruxism is most common in people between 20 and 40 years of age. ironically, the regular mill can do less damage than the intermittent mill – something like the weekend athlete who is not in the form of an intense activity. the regular grinder can grind your teeth, but your muscles get stronger of the custom. clenching can do more harm than grinding because, despite his jaw is designed for chewing, not intended for clenching. as a result, tightening can cause degeneration of the joint. people who grind are often unaware of their habit, too. they wake with a stiff jaw or tired, or your spouse hears noise at night. playoffs, “by contrast, may be unaware of their problem. some people crowded every day and do not realize, although they believe they have jaw pain that increases during the day. clenching teeth at night – it causes and unpleasent results october 16th, 2011 by admin some say the sound of teeth clenching at night can beat the cacophony created by snoring, hands down. perhaps they are right, but the fact that the sound of gnashing teeth may be strong enough to wake the couple in bed. the first question that strikes you at this point is: aren’t teeth grinding normal? so many people gnash their teeth in anger or frustration. while there are many people who grind their teeth regularly when they feel angry, etc., but as such an activity rarely results in unpleasant consequences like flattened teeth with chipped corners, lacerated gums, enamel damage and more. while clenching teeth does not endanger life, it has the ability to usher in a variety of health conditions. what exactly happens when people gnashing of teeth; teeth grinding is medically known as bruxism. it is a totally unprovoked and involuntary involvement of two sets of teeth chattered to each other with a considerable amount of pressure that is sometimes 14 times greater than the pressure of people used to chew. it can occur during the day or night, but is most common during sleep. men, women and children, could all be affected by the grinding of the teeth, but with children, it is regarded as a remitting phase with time and age. a characteristic aspect of teeth grinding is that all activity that occurs while the person is asleep and therefore completely unaware of what he or she is doing. the effects are visible only in the morning or after several mornings, so the damage could be a considerable time that has already been made in the gums and teeth. what are the most likely causes; as for the reason why people grind their teeth, there are two schools of the reasons behind this phenomenon: (1) physicians link the reasons to stress, anxiety, frustration, etc.; (2) dentists believe that the problem started due to the misalignment teeth. it is also believed that individuals with certain traits are more prone to tooth condition. such people include people who are more: aggressive, competitive, hyperactive, and precipitated. the condition may also be consequences of some sleep disorders pre-existing conditions, such as sleep apnea, sleep paralysis, etc. symptoms: when reality hits; the fact that they are gnashing their teeth becomes apparent only after a certain amount of damage has been done on the gums and teeth. what the witnesses could include: – loud and strong enough to wake the sleeper with you – flattened teeth with chipped corners – broken tooth enamel – increased tooth sensitivity – pain in the jaw, ears, face and headaches – evidence of chewing in the mouth tissues how to stop grinding teeth: find out why it happens; the best way out of this habit is to know what could be the possible triggers that are pulling teeth grinding. since stress is the most common, with the participation of 70% of patients, it is likely that the reduction of timely and effective stress can help stop the activity at night and in the future. some of the proven stress busters include yoga, cognitive-behavioral, relaxation, meditation, etc. of course there is no shortage of other techniques to reduce stress, so they can be judged. to stop clenching your teeth at night it is not an impossible task, but then the crux is to know what happens and then manage the root problem. how to stop teeth clenching? october 1st, 2011 by admin teeth clenching or grinding your teeth is called bruxism. the journal of the american dental association (jada) warns that bruxism should be taken seriously because it is a cause of temporomandibular disorders. changes in behavior and consciousness can often help stop teeth clenching in patients. normally, the teeth should only touch frequently during chewing or swallowing. more than half of children with tightening jaws remain until the age of 13 years without medical treatment. clenching teeth may seem a minor problem. however, it can cause headaches and can even damage the teeth. regular dental care is essential for diagnosis and treatment of teeth clenching. the following advice will help you determine how to stop teeth clenching: • learn to relax. many people grind their teeth because they are stressed. you may be able to slow or prevent teeth grinding by using relaxation techniques like yoga, stretching or exercise. • go to the dentist. your dentist may be able to provide a mouth guard or device to prevent teeth grinding. these are especially useful while you are sleeping. your dentist can pre-installation of the guard or device in the mouth. • ask your dentist about corrective action. teeth clenching can be associated with problems related to dentistry. your dentist may need to place crowns on the teeth or correct misaligned teeth. • try behavioral therapy. this involves the practice of proper jaw position. they focus on the placement of the tip of the tongue on the roof of the mouth with lips closed. • to say “mississippi.” at the end of that word, the jaw relaxes. say the word several times a day to train the jaw to relax. a reduction of stimulants such as coffee and tea in a diet may help relax the body. chewing an apple, carrots and other crunchy foods before bed in an attempt to escape the jaw. • apply warm compresses to the sides of the face to relax the jaw muscles before bedtime. ask a dentist for a protective splint or aids in the formation of the jaw to stop clenching. splints are available for day and night. practice relaxation techniques. consider seeing a mental health professional if your stress levels are consistently high. tips & warnings • when you clench your teeth, behaviors coincide with new drugs or neurological disorders, consult a physician. • the damaged teeth can be repaired with prosthetic crowns. • if you have problems with the positioning of the jaw properly, you can try biofeedback. • if you grind your teeth badly and have not responded to other treatments, talk to your doctor about botox injections. • do not rely on medication only. for the most part, the drugs have not proven effective in the treatment of teeth grinding. • do not assume it’s not your problem. many people who grind their teeth at night are not aware of it until the damage has already occurred. • do not skip going to the dentist. you can buy a mouth guard over the counter instead of going to the dentist for a pre-installation. however, they generally do not fit well and can move out of place while you are sleeping. « older entries search for: subscribe to our rss feed! follow me on twitter! recent posts the best treatment for bruxism revealed mouth guard for grinding teeth to alleviate the pain bruxism mouth guard: can prevent teeth damage dental night guard for prevention and treatment of bruxism tmj mouth guard: cures related tmj ailment archives january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 may 2011 july 2010 june 2010 may 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