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Other names: Teeth grinding and clenching

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It can be the cause of headaches. I'd recommend you book an examination with your dentist.

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Dr. Gethin Howell



Presumeably a Dentist fitted the device, they are the best person to provide any necessary advice and adjustment. Ring the practice for advice.

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Dr. Julian Bone



A good question: we are not sure. It seems mostly related to stress and concentration, and seems to be a way for the brain to cope. It is very common, but difficult to stop.

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Dr. Richard Lilleker



Teeth grinding can be damaging to teeth, and can lead to pain and fracture. Best he get a night time device called a night splint to wear between his teeth at night.

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Dr. Adeline Wright


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