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Bruxism - Terms To Know
You may see or hear many different terms relating to “teeth-grinding” when searching the internet or consulting your doctor. Whether you have been told that you suffer from bruxism, teeth-grinding, clenching, gritting teeth, or that you clench your jaw, you’ve come to the right place. These terms are interchangeable meaning that if you suffer from bruxism, you suffer from teeth-grinding or that you suffer from clenching your jaw. Now that you know these terms all mean the same thing, what are the dental products that can stop common teeth-grinding?
Like the interchangeable terms for teeth-grinding you’ll hear that bruxism guards, night guards, mouth guards, clenching guards, TMJ guards, teeth-grinding guards, dental guards, occlusal guards, gritting teeth guards, dental mouth guards, sleep guards, mouth splints, grind guards, and bite guards all help fight against night-time teeth-grinding. So why are all these terms and product names all thrown around if they all mean the same thing? Dental Products change over time and the names depend on the location. The important thing is that you now know that these terms and products are the same. So are you a candidate for a custom DIY Teeth-Grinding guard? Let’s check your symptoms.
What are the symptoms of teeth-grinding? If you think to yourself
“I wake up with headaches”
“My head hurts when I wake up”
“My jaw is sore when I wake up”
“My teeth are sensitive in the morning”
“My jaw feels stiff in the morning”
“Why does my mouth hurt in the mornings”
“Why do my teeth hurt in the mornings”
“My teeth feel like they are shifting”
“I wake up with jaw pain”
“My gums are sore in the morning”
“My gums hurt in the morning”
“My teeth are agitated in the morning”
“I snore often and loud”
If you’ve ever had these thoughts or symptoms, chances are that you are a teeth-grinder while you sleep. If you have a partner, they may even hear your teeth grinding or jaw clenching during the night. Teeth-grinding produces an audible noise that resembles clicking or a grinding sound coming from your mouth. Stress, anxiety, and depression can lead to teeth-grinding at night, and it’s common to grind your teeth during the day if you deal with these conditions.
Solutions For Teeth-Grinding
You’ve come to the right place to find a solution for your bruxism. Sporting Smiles offers a variety of teeth-grinding mouthguards each custom made for instant results. With our night guards, you will protect your teeth from damage, save money, sleep more, and finally be relieved from that jaw pain and nagging morning headaches. You won't need any expensive dental visits or insurance. You can order your patented DIY Custom Impression Kit all from the comfort of your home.
Find out which night guard is right for your teeth-grinding or teeth-clenching symptoms below by flipping the card over with your main symptoms.