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Bruxism, TMJ and Occlusion

Bruxism is the term used for grinding or clenching teeth, a habit that can cause changes in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), which is the one that connects the jaw to the skull, and pain in the mouth, head, neck…


Frequent questions about

Bruxism, TMJ and Occlusion.

How do I detect the problem?

The symptom for which patients usually go to the consultation is due to the presence of acute pain that can affect the temporomandibular joint or the chewing muscles, radiating to the face, ear, head and neck.

More than 50% of headaches have this etiology.

What symptoms do they cause?

Generally, patients report muscular overload (both at the oral level and in the cervical region or back) and accentuated dental wear that they attribute to clenching or grinding of the teeth and does not improve only with physiotherapy or pharmacological treatment.

That is why the discharge splint serves to prevent the consequences that bruxism has on the teeth.

Prevent dental wear and/or treat TMJ dysfunction disorders.

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