What you need to know about the mouthpiece and bruxism
10 to 15 % of French people would be affected by bruxism. It is a disorder that affects both children and adults and whose severity may vary over the course of life. Wearing an anti-bruxism mouthpiece during the night prevents tooth wear and relieves joint pain. What is an anti-bruxism mouthpiece [...]
What are the treatments for daytime bruxism?
Daytime bruxism is a phenomenon that affects many children. It can be caused by stress or anxiety and can have a devastating impact on the patient's teeth and well-being. Find out everything you need to know about this disorder as well as treatments for daytime bruxism in children. [...]
How to avoid grinding your teeth?
Teeth grinding is a common phenomenon that affects many children. The causes are usually psychological and an adapted treatment must be put in place to prevent a deterioration of the teeth. Find out what causes bruxism and how to avoid grinding your teeth. What is bruxism? Bruxism [...]
Teeth grinding and worms: myth or reality?
Bruxism is the involuntary grinding of the jaws. According to our grandmothers, this common phenomenon in children is due to the presence of parasites, intestinal worms. Find out if this belief is true or not and what the most common causes of bruxism are. Tooth grinding caused by worms: true or false?
Bruxism: what causes it?
Bruxism is the involuntary grinding or clenching of teeth. It is a very common disorder in young children and often occurs during sleep. Find out what causes bruxism and how it can affect your baby's health. The different causes of bruxism Physiological causes [...]