What is Night Grinding (Bruxism)?

Do you grind your teeth?

Grinding or clenching your teeth at night can lead to a number of dental disorders and significant pain for the sufferer. When teeth are ground together, a pressure is exerted that is 20 to 30 times that of normal biting. Night grinding often occurs in children up to the age of six or seven, but they tend to grow out of it. Night grinding becomes a problem when it continues into adulthood.

 

Teeth grinding and clenching relief has now arrived. Orthodontically developed in the USA, StressGard has proven itself to be effective in protecting the teeth and jaw from the effects of teeth grinding and clenching, a problem commonly known as bruxism.

The StressGard Night-Time Dental Guard has been designed with a patented flexible groove to help you deal with the daily stress and tension that may cause you to clench and grind your teeth.

How do I know If I grind?

Most of us do not know we are grinding our teeth. Many times it is your dentist or hygenist that will first see the wear on your teeth and inform you about your grinding. Many times it is your sleep partner that tells you after being kept awake by your grinding. Some other signs are sore fascial muscles, morning headaches and neck and ear pain.

 

What is Bruxism

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"I bought your stressgard about 2 months ago and love it! I actually don't mind wearing it at night. I have bought the ones you boil and fit to your teeth, too big and bulky. Thank you so much. This night guard is the best."
Kari Zeller

 

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