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Can I Wear a Night Guard with Braces?

Can I Wear a Night Guard with Braces?

The Brux Doc September 16th, 2021 6 minute read

Braces can be a pain, but they're also one of the most reliable and popular solutions for fixing crooked teeth. Unfortunately, they have their downsides: if you've recently gotten braces to straighten your teeth, you may notice that your teeth are tender ... more »

Can I Wear a Night Guard with a CPAP?

Can I Wear a Night Guard with a CPAP?

The Brux Doc September 14th, 2021 6 minute read

If you're using a CPAP machine to treat sleep apnea, you may be wondering whether a night guard is right for you. Adding a night guard (another name for a mouth guard) seems like it would be a lot to have going on around your mouth, right? You may even ... more »

5 Tips To Keep Your Dog From Eating Your Teeth Night Guard

5 Tips To Keep Your Dog From Eating Your Teeth Night Guard

Dani Schenone, holistic wellness expert September 11th, 2021 6 minute read

Our pets are our best friends. We do everything with them–we walk together, cook together, watch movies together–they are our shadows that we love to love! While they can add so much joy to our lives, they can also cause quite a bit of ... more »

Location of Headaches: A Hint You're Grinding Your Teeth

Location of Headaches:  A Hint You're Grinding Your Teeth

The Brux Doc September 2nd, 2021 6 minute read

Teeth grinding headaches People often mistake chronic, intense headaches for migraines or sinus headaches when, in fact, the underlying problem is muscle tension caused by teeth grinding.Headaches from teeth grinding can be excruciating, but ... more »

How Mental Illness and Teeth Grinding are Related

How Mental Illness and Teeth Grinding are Related

The Brux Doc September 1st, 2021 9 minute read

Mental Illness and Teeth Grinding (Bruxism) At Night Bruxism, more commonly referred to as teeth grinding, is characterized by grinding, gnashing, and teeth clenching. Teeth grinding can occur multiple times during one’s sleep, contributing to sleep ... more »

Burning Mouth Syndrome – Your Ultimate Guide

Burning Mouth Syndrome – Your Ultimate Guide

The Brux Doc August 30th, 2021 18 minute read

BURNING MOUTH SYNDROME: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW Overview Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is a relatively common condition that leads to a feeling of burning in the mouth. The location of the sensation is usually on the roof of the mouth, tongue, or lips. ... more »

Teeth Chattering Sound - What You Need To Know

Teeth Chattering Sound - What You Need To Know

Leah Adele, ABA Therapist August 27th, 2021 6 minute read

What is that teeth chattering sound at night? Teeth chattering or teeth grinding (bruxism) occurs as a result of clenching the jaw. Although teeth chattering and grinding typically occurs when a person is asleep, it may also present while people are ... more »

Wearing a Mouth Guard with Dental Implants

Wearing a Mouth Guard with Dental Implants

The Brux Doc August 26th, 2021 11 minute read

OVERVIEW OF WEARING A DENTAL MOUTH GUARD WITH TOOTH IMPLANTS Dental implants are a cutting-edge dental treatment that replaces lost teeth with a permanently attached tooth to your jaw. A dental implant is a prosthetic tooth surgically implanted into the jaw ... more »

How to Stop Tongue Biting During Sleep

How to Stop Tongue Biting During Sleep

Martyna Bobek LSW, CTP August 17th, 2021 13 minute read

OVERVIEW OF TONGUE BITING Tongue biting during sleep is a common problem, especially for kids. All you will feel is a sudden pain on your tongue that might wake you up.  Despite the lack of statistics on this topic, experts believe that everyone ... more »

Vitamin Deficiency and Teeth Grinding

Vitamin Deficiency and Teeth Grinding

Leah Adele, ABA Therapist August 16th, 2021 6 minute read

WHAT TO NEED TO KNOW ABOUT VITAMIN DEFICIENCY AND TEETH GRINDING WHAT IS TEETH GRINIDNG?   Teeth grinding, or bruxism (BRUK-siz-um) is a condition in which a person grinds, gnashes, or clenches their teeth. If you have bruxism, it is possible that ... more »