martes, abril 13, 2021

BRUXISM: How Often to Wear a Teeth Night Guard


Depending on the instructions of the dentist, a night guard should be worn on the teeth every night after brushing and flossing. Avoid clenching teeth and injuring TMJ joints in the jaw with advice from a licensed dental assistant in this free video on dental hygiene.

TMD can also lead to jaw 'popping' and clicking and difficulty opening your mouth. The NHS suggests up to 30 per cent of adults experience it.

The belief that bruxism is the leading cause of TMD has led to the use of treatments such as mouthguards to prevent teeth grinding.


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Souce: Youtube / ExpertVillage Leaf Group