Maintaining oral health goes beyond regular brushing and flossing. Whether you’re an athlete or dealing with bruxism, mouthguards can play a crucial role in protecting your teeth and overall well-being. Check out our blog post where we explore the benefits of mouthguards for both sports and nighttime teeth grinding.
There is no pressure greater than feeling and looking your best during the holiday season. So, when an unexpected dental emergency happens, it can feel more urgent and stressful, leaving you panicking about what to do. Read our blog post to find out how to handle a holiday dental emergency!
If you’ve been diagnosed with bruxism, a condition where you regularly grind your teeth, it’s not something to just brush aside. Over time, this constant grinding can leave permanent damage, including wearing down enamel and tooth fractures. Read our blog post to learn about the treatment options for teeth grinding.
Teeth grinding at night, also known as bruxism, is a puzzling phenomenon. Sometimes, it’s a symptom of an underlying condition. Other times, it’s a sign that you’re feeling stressed and anxious. While figuring out the root cause of teeth grinding can be difficult, it’s relatively easy to spot the symptoms. Read our blog post for a look at symptoms and treatment.