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Teeth Grinding

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Comprehensive Care at Roper Dental Group

At Roper Dental Group, we understand the impact that teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, can have on your dental health. Whether you’re experiencing jaw pain, worn-down teeth, or headaches, we are here to provide safe and affordable dental checkups and comprehensive solutions to address teeth grinding. With convenient locations in Gilbert, Mesa, and San Tan Valley, we are committed to helping you find relief. Read on to learn more about our services and how to schedule an appointment for teeth grinding.

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Schedule an Appointment for Teeth Grinding Taking Action for Optimal Oral Health

  • Cosmetic Dentistry:: We will assess your teeth, jaw, and overall oral health to determine the extent of teeth grinding and any underlying causes
  • Evaluate dental damage: Teeth grinding can cause tooth wear, fractures, and other dental issues. We will carefully examine your teeth to assess the damage and develop a personalized treatment plan.
  • Provide tailored treatment options: Depending on the severity of your teeth grinding, we may recommend interventions such as a customized night guard or splint to protect your teeth, reduce muscle tension, and alleviate symptoms.

Safe and Affordable Dental Checkups

At Roper Dental Group, your safety and satisfaction are our top priorities. We provide safe and affordable dental checkups to all our patients, including those seeking bad breath treatment. Our skilled dental professionals will conduct a thorough examination to identify the underlying causes of your bad breath and recommend appropriate treatment options. We offer competitive pricing and flexible payment options to make dental care, including bad breath treatment, accessible and affordable.

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Best service ever! From the front desk staff to being in the chair with Dr. Matt Roper, the care & consideration is stellar! Thank you!

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Frequently Ask Question

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Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is a condition characterized by the involuntary grinding or clenching of teeth. It often occurs during sleep but can also happen during waking hours. Bruxism can be caused by variousL factors, including stress, anxiety, misaligned teeth, or an abnormal bite.

Common signs of teeth grinding include waking up with jaw pain, headaches, or facial soreness. You may also experience tooth sensitivity or notice worn-down teeth, chipped enamel, or flattened tooth surfaces. If you suspect you may be grinding your teeth, it’s important to schedule an appointment with our dental team for a proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Untreated teeth grinding can lead to several oral health issues, including tooth damage, tooth sensitivity, jaw pain, headaches, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. Long-term grinding can wear down tooth enamel, increase the risk of tooth fractures, and result in the need for dental restorations or orthodontic treatment. Seeking prompt treatment for teeth grinding can help prevent these complications.

Treatment for teeth grinding varies depending on the underlying cause and severity of the condition. Our experienced dental professionals at Roper Dental Group can provide customized treatment options, which may include wearing a nightguard or splint to protect your teeth during sleep, stress management techniques, jaw exercises, or orthodontic interventions to correct bite alignment issues.

Yes, stress is a common contributing factor to teeth grinding. Many individuals unconsciously grind their teeth as a response to stress or anxiety. If you suspect that stress may be triggering your teeth grinding, it is important to address the underlying causes of stress and incorporate stress management techniques into your daily routine.