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Teeth grinding

Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is a condition that affects many people of all ages. The jaw muscles clench together, causing teeth to grind against each other and can happen when you are awake and during sleep.

Teeth grinding symptoms

Caused by anxiety or stress it can affect adults or children who are going through some transitional times. Also, an uncomfortable dental appliance or psychological issues such as anger management can cause teeth grinding.

Grinding treatment

Don’t leave bruxism untreated for too long. It can lead to fractured fillings or damaged crowns, loosened tooth roots and receding gums.

The teeth grinding injections are the most effective treatment. Directing facial muscles that are responsible for tension-causing movements relaxes the jaw muscles and reduces grinding.

See our specialist and treat your condition with minimal downtime.

Teeth grinding

Following treatments are recommended

Book an initial consultation for $100 (1 hour) to create a tailored treatment plan for your skin needs and budget.

Disclaimer: Book your initial consultation with a qualified esthetician now to have your skin concerns assessed. Results may vary, depending on the individual. Primavera Clinic can consult with you to confirm if this treatment is right for you.

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