We understand that teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, can be a difficult habit to break. It is important to be aware of the potential side effects of teeth grinding, so that you can take the necessary steps to prevent further damage.
The most common side effects of teeth grinding include worn tooth enamel, exposing deeper layers of the tooth, increased tooth pain or sensitivity.
Bruxism can cause aching facial pain, locking of the jaw, and discomfort in the surrounding muscles.
If you’re suffering from chronic teeth grinding, you may experience severe headaches especially in the morning.
The noise from teeth grinding can disturb the sleep of both the person who grinds their teeth and their bed partner.
Temporomandibular disorder or TMD is a group of conditions that affect the jaw joint and the muscles in the face and neck. This can cause pain or tenderness in the face, jaw, or neck, clicking and popping of the jaw, and difficulty opening and closing the mouth.
Protect your teeth and your smile.
To help prevent further damage, use TheSleepGuard's Clench No More mouthguard for teeth grinding. This mouthguard has been proven to stop and prevent teeth grinding and jaw clenching for 100% of our customers immediately and naturally.