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OTHER DENTISTRY TREATMENTS

Teeth Clenching/Grinding

Also known as Bruxism or parafunction, teeth clenching and grinding affects around 80-90% of the population over the course of a lifetime and at any given moment around 50% of people are likely to be clenching or grinding.  As the majority of this parafunction occurs at night most people aren’t even aware that they are doing it

SO, why is it a problem?

People who clench or grind their teeth can be affected in many ways and may not realise what the underlying cause is. In fact, many people turn to their GP and undergo medical investigations including CT scans and blood tests in the hope of resolving their symptoms.

Initial Consultation: £80

Treatment from: £250

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For the majority of people teeth grinding, also known as bruxism occurs at night, meaning they have little control over it.

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Where can you find me?

This treatment is available at Ridge Dental

86 Firgrove Crescent, Yate, South Gloucestershire BS37 7AG

Call: 01454 313 189

Disclaimer

This treatment may not be appropriate for every patient and it is conditional on a satisfactory assessment being carried out. Many cosmetic treatments such as teeth whitening and chemical peels and non-surgical rhinoplasty etc require that you are medically fit prior to embarking on treatment and this may mean that other treatments need to be carried out first.

All options that are appropriate to your needs and requirements will be discussed with you in order to help you to make an informed decision about what will be in your best interest.

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