Tag: Tag Archives: Teeth Grinding

Bruxism, or teeth grinding, can be a product of stress, an abnormal bite, missing or crooked teeth, or sleep disorders like sleep apnea. Research shows that stress is a cause of up to 70% of bruxism cases.


Oral Health and Bullying: How Dentists Can Spot Verbal Abuse

August 23rd, 2017 by
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If you follow our blogs about oral health, you know that dentists can detect potentially serious conditions that affect your entire body simply by looking in your mouth. A new study suggests dentists may also be able to spot bullying. […]


Demi Moore Shines Spotlight on Stress and Oral Health

August 2nd, 2017 by

A startling revelation from a Hollywood actor highlights one of the most prevalent causes of oral health problems: stress. Demi Moore appeared on “The Tonight Show” in June to chat with host Jimmy Fallon about her new film, “Rough Night.” […]


4 Most Overlooked Oral Health Problems

June 21st, 2017 by

A major reason dentists strongly recommend making appointments every 6 months is because many symptoms of oral health problems are hard to spot on your own. It’s not always as simple as, say, ongoing toothaches or teeth shifting out of […]


Turns Out Your Dentist Can Detect More Than Just Oral Health Problems

May 22nd, 2017 by

The observations your dentist makes during a dental exam aren’t just limited to oral hygiene. Certain oral health problems can actually be early signs of increasingly dire conditions. These may effect your entire body, even conditions you didn’t know you […]