lunes, 16 de noviembre de 2020

What are the consequences of bruxism?


Bruxism is a parafunctional habit that consists of clenching or grinding the teeth. This event can be day or night and affects both children and adults. The consequences of this pathology not only affect the teeth, but also the temporomandibular joint and the chewing muscles.

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In many cases, the patient does not know that he suffers from bruxism, and is detected when he attends the dentist motivated by another consultation. In other cases, the patient attends another specialty motivated by headaches and ends up being referred to dentistry.


We share a simple but didactic explanation of the serious consequences of suffering from bruxism. Thanks to the Osmosis channel.


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Source: Youtube/ Ósmosis

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