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Q: What causes teeth grinding?
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What causes jagged teeth?

Teeth grinding


Why do you grind your teeth in your sleep?

The medical term for teeth grinding during sleep is called Sleep Bruxism. The list of possible causes for teeth grinding at night is long. Look up a teeth grinding support group online to get specific help.


What causes a larger dental tori?

clenching or grinding your teeth can cause tori.


What causes nocturnal bruxism?

Teeth clenching is considered the same as teeth grinding or Bruxism. The causes are not totally understood but may include stress, improperly aligned teeth, or broken or missing teeth. Other causes may be caffeine or a medication you are taking.


What causes teeth clicking at night?

Teeth clicking or teeth grinding? Teeth Grinding is just something that a lot of people do, called Bruxism. o like, a way to stop is from damaging your teeth is to wear a mouthguard at night (they come in clear) or a sport mouthguard. :) Hope it helped :)


What are teeth designed for grinding food?

Molars(the teeth in the back of you mouth) are the teeth that are desighned for grinding food.


Can damage from teeth grinding be reversed?

Teeth grinding can be a problem, since it removes the protection on your teeth. There are available treatment options that can repair the damage. There is also treatment to get you to stop grinding your teeth.


What causes teeth grinding during the day?

If your awake when you grind your teeth your obviously conscious of it... so maybe its a habit or boredom Talk to your dentist


What teeth are used for grinding teeth?

Molars.


Can Pylera cause teeth grinding?

Yes. I start grinding my teeth when I started taking Pylera


What teeth does the grinding?

molars


How do wild horse wear down their teeth?

Wild horses wear their teeth down the same way normal horses do... by eating! Just like captive horses, when they eat grass (or hay for normal horses) they chew the food by grinding their teeth. This grinding causes their teeth to wear down.

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