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January 2020
• Benefits of Switching Your Toothpaste Now and Again
• Do You Have to Brush a Crown Differently?
• How Soft Food Diets Can Harm Your Jaw


Past Newsletters:

December 2019
• Tips to Make Brushing More Effective
• Is Tea As Good for the Mouth As People Think?
• Ways of Decreasing the Regularity of Bruxism


November 2019
• Is Self-Medicating Dental Pain a Problem?
• The Danger of Finding Excuses Instead of Flossing
• Calming Sensitive Teeth Starts with a Visit to Our Office


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January 2019

Ways of Decreasing the Regularity of Bruxism
Many people have bruxism, but may not know it by that name. More people call it tooth grinding than bruxism. However, it means the same thing in terms of the damage it does to your teeth. If you grind your teeth, or notice that you clench them when trying to focus, then you need to do something to protect your teeth. Managing stress is one way of being able to reduce how often you grind or clench. So is getting exercise as it helps people learn to focus more effectively. If that does not help, then come in and talk with us about a mouthguard.



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