Lambchop! asked in HealthDental · 10 years ago

Teeth grinding cures?

One of my front teeth is a Veneer, i grind my teeth in my sleep so the Veneer snaps, i've had a new one made now but that also came out and the dentist glued it back on today.

He said this is because of grinding. Has anybody got any good cures? I don't know if i can wear mouth guards because that might affect my veneer like pull it out?


i asked for grinding cures, not if i have worms? Or to so exercise because apparently i've never sweated or done any :S I appreciate the comments but they're not relevant

4 Answers

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Deal with the stress and especially anger in your life. Also you should have your dentist/doctor give you an TMJ screening to make sure that there isn't a larger issue. I have been a lifelong teeth grinder (bruxist). The only thing that seemed to help me with it was happiness and joy finally eroded whatever made me grind.

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  • 10 years ago

    I think you are ignoring a basic question.

    Why do you grind your teeth while sleeping ?

    It could be due to "Worms" in your stomach.

    Get your stool tested to check for larvae if any .

    If found positive, go for de-worming. That should solve all your problems.

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    Anything that relieves stress. Exercise and shower before bed. Like Sweat dripping down your forehead, can't remember when you felt this sore kind of exercise.

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