Question about BruxismMy husband grinds his teeth at night. Sometimes he wakes me up. Should he do something about it, or is it okay?
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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