Teeth grinding: Why do you do it? How to ease the pressure placed on the teeth

To help reduce teeth grinding, nurse Charest advises: “Mouth guards are usually recommended and created by dentists who fit the guard to the patient’s teeth, to restrict the movement and prevent the teeth grinding from happening.

“This will also protect the teeth. It also suggested to engage in activities that would help reduce stress and anxiety such as yoga, deep breathing and having a relaxing massage.

“At London Real Skin, we offer a highly effective and safe treatment for teeth grinding with the use of prescribed antiwrinkle injections that is injected into the muscle to temporarily relax the muscle.

“This will significantly reduce the jaw clenching and teeth grinding movement and prevent possible dental damage.

“Patients have advised that this provides huge relief as it can affect one’s quality of life.”


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