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Teeth Grinding

A small issue with big consequences
Teeth Grinding

Medically known as “bruxism”, teeth grinding occurs when you clench, grind, or gnash your teeth together. Whether you grind your teeth during the day or at night, you may notice signs of sensitive teeth, damaged teeth, a sore jaw, or a headache.

Teeth grinding during the day is often caused by stress or anxiety. Sleep bruxism is harder to diagnose because most people aren’t aware that they grind their teeth at night. This disorder affects the overall quality of your sleep, and you may have symptoms of a stiff neck and a headache when you wake up in the morning.

The long-term consequences of sleep bruxism are significant harm to the teeth (eroded teeth, fillings, crowns, and implants) as well as chronic jaw pain and immobility.

If your quality of life is decreased because of teeth grinding, we are here to help. Our injectables relax the muscles that cause your bruxism. Our services can help you sleep better at night, relax during the day, and suffer less damage from grinding. Want to learn more? We would love to schedule a consultation with you!

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Neurotoxins relaxes those muscles to smooth the look of wrinkles caused by repetitive facial movement.


The best time to address your concerns is now! Call 406.869.1066 or book your consultation online. Our team of skilled professionals is committed to providing personalized solutions to help you achieve the results you are looking for.