Bite Raiser

The temporomandibular joint connects your jaw to the bones of your skull and moves the jaw up and down. If you have problems with this joint (known as temporomandibular disorder or TMD) it can cause a number of different symptoms such as pain, headaches, the jaws getting stuck, clicking or popping, and problems eating.

Teeth grinding and clenching of the jaw (known as bruxism) can contribute to TMD. This usually occurs unconsciously while you are sleeping and is generally caused by stress and anxiety. Bruxism can cause tooth wear, breakage and sensitivity.

Treatment options

If you attend regular check-ups, your dentist will be able to pick up any signs of tooth wear and check the alignment of your jaws.

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