Sometimes referred to as Bruxism, excessive grinding is a problem that affects hundreds of thousands of people across the UK. In the worst instances, excessive grinding can cause an extensive range of on-going health complaints from those affected, ranging from headaches to sleeplessness to permanent tooth damage. While the vast majority of cases of excessive grinding have no specific single cause, it is known that the likelihood of teeth grinding can be exacerbated by factors such as stress, insomnia, recreational drug use, alcohol consumption and certain medications.
Here at HSA Dermal Clinic, we offer the most effective non-surgical approach to the correction and elimination of excessive grinding. Focusing on the relaxation of the muscles in the jaw, our treatments can be carried out in a matter of minutes and provide long-lasting relief. If excessive grinding is having an impact on your quality of life, contact a member of the HSA Dermal Clinic today to discuss the available options in more detail.
Teeth grinding, also called Bruxism, is an extremely common condition wherein those concerned unconsciously clench and grind their teeth. In many instances, chronic teeth grinding takes place primarily during sleep, making it extremely difficult for the respective individual to control the problem. Along with causing serious or permanent damage to the teeth, problematic teeth grinding can lead to chronic earaches, headaches, facial pain and countless other health problems. Often caused by common factors such as caffeine consumption, sleep problems, stress and anxiety, many cases of teeth grinding have absolutely no identifiable cause whatsoever.
Irrespective of the nature and severity of the condition, HSA Dermal Clinic can offer a wide variety of uniquely effective and accessible treatments. Our holistic, non-surgical treatments focus on the relaxation of the jaw muscles, naturally and effectively tackling problems with chronic teeth grinding. In a matter of minutes, our advanced treatments can provide long-lasting relief for several months. Call today for more information.