BRUXISM

Rest your face, say goodbye to pain

Put an end to the feeling of constant tension


Bruxism is the involuntary action of contracting the muscles used in chewing while chewing is not taking place. You can recognise it as that sensation of constant teeth grinding, which leaves the facial muscles in a state of permanent tension that affects both physically and aesthetically. 

It is estimated to affect between 10 and 20% of the population, and today, it is perfectly treatable with the intervention of a professional.

What can a patient with bruxism feel?


Continuous clenching of the teeth affects the entire oral structure: muscles, tissues and jaw. Thus, this pressure translates into various recognisable symptoms in a diagnosis of bruxism, such as:

- Ear and/or headache. 
- Muscular and/or dental sensitivity. You will notice the latter when eating cold, hot or sweet foods.
- Pain or inflammation of the jaw, causing a modification in the patient's facial structure that can be considered

  unaesthetic.
- Insomnia