Tooth grinding, often associated with emotional tension or a temporomandibular joint disorder.
Grinding of the teeth. Can be a result of stimulant medication.
an unaware clenching or grinding of the teeth, usually during sleep
The involuntary/subconscious clenching and grinding of teeth, most commonly during sleep.
A habit of grinding, clenching, or clamping the teeth. Damage to the teeth and attachment apparatus can result.
The abnormal habit or grinding or clenching the teeth together, particularly while asleep. Jaw clenching can be a conscious or unconscious habit, and it can be damaging to the teeth, gums, bone and periodontium. It can also produce muscle pain and sensitivity.
The involuntary clenching or grinding of teeth.
involuntarily or unconsciously clenching or grinding the teeth, typically during sleep
See Teeth grinding.
Tooth grinding, often in response to stress; most often done while sleeping
The subconscious habit of tooth grinding. Most often it is done during sleep but in more severe cases the patient may brux during waking hours.
Recommendation Iodine"People who clench and/or grind their teeth in their sleep can reduce this by taking up to 8 drops of Lugol's ( potassium iodide) daily or periodically..."
Teeth: grinding to release tension. If severe and causes tooth wear or jaw related problems, suffers should consult a dentist or a dental specialist to aid in correcting the bruxism problem.
A "natural" grinding of the teeth to release tension. If the bruxism is severe and causes joint-related problems in the jaw, a general dentist or dental specialist should be consulted to aid in correcting the problem.
Grinding of teeth during sleep. This occurs in children and adults, and causes abrasion of the tooth enamel.
Grinding of the teeth, occurs unconsciously while awake or during stage 2 sleep. May be secondary to anxiety, tension, or dental problems.
Grinding or clenching of the teeth, often done while sleeping
Habitual grinding or gnashing of the teeth, usually during sleep. May cause severe attrition of the teeth, muscle ischemia and pain and damage to the supporting tissues. Frequently associated with clenching and TMD problems. An
Involuntary “nervous” grinding of the teeth while the patient sleeps.
Involuntarily grinding or clenching the teeth; can be helped through bite adjustment.
A disorder characterized by grinding and clenching of the teeth.
Grinding of the teeth, which may be a predisposing factor to temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction.
rubbing, gritting, or grinding together of the teeth, usually during sleep
grinding or gnashing of the teeth, most commonly during sleep.
the grinding of the teeth during sleep.
grinding of the teeth during sleep. If untreated, bruxism can damage teeth and the temporomandibular joint.
the clenching or grinding of teeth, most commonly while sleeping.
the rubbing or grinding of teeth usually during sleep.
Involuntary, "nervous" grinding of the teeth while the patient is asleep[ Click to Return to Top
grinding of teeth and clenching of jaw muscles.
Grinding and gnashing the teeth.
The parafunctional grinding of the teeth.
Grinding or gnashing of the teeth, most commonly while the patient is asleep
Involuntary clenching or grinding of the teeth.
A habit related to stress or a sleep disorder, characterized by grinding one's teeth.
The habitual, involuntary grinding of teeth, usually during sleep.
Teeth grinding or clenching during nervousness or frustration.
grinding of the teeth, usually occurs involuntarily at night, especially with stress
Clenching or grinding of the teeth. This can cause discomfort and stress on the oral musculature, teeth and bone.
grinding of the teeth at times other than chewing, especially when sleeping.
Tooth grinding, often caused by stress. Most often done unconsciously at night.
Bruxism is the abnormal grinding of the teeth
Oral habit of clenching and grinding teeth.
This is the grinding and clenching of the teeth. Often associated with flattening of the teeth surfaces.
habitual, unconscious clenching of the jaw and/or grinding of the teeth. Approximately one in four adults grinds their teeth, usually while asleep or under stress. This problem can cause headaches and tooth damage.
unconscious clenching or grinding of your teeth, done most often at night. Go to NTI device.
grinding one's teeth while asleep.
Involuntary, "nervous" grinding of the teeth, typically while a person is asleep.
teeth grinding or jaw clenching during sleep. The term "clenching" means you tightly clamp your top and bottom teeth together, especially the back teeth. The stressful force of clenching causes pressure on the muscles, tissues, and other structures around your jaw.
Involuntary, “nervous” grinding of the teeth while the patient is asleep. Can eventually cause headaches, TMD, loss of tooth surface and cracking. Treatment includes a nightguard custom-made by a dentist from impressions made of the patient's teeth. See "Common childhood problems." Calculus: (Also called tartar.) Calcified plaque that forms from mineral salts in the saliva and deposits on the teeth. Removed in the course of a prophylaxis, or dental cleaning. Some toothpastes claim to reduce tartar accumulation, but only regular dental checkups and professional cleanings can prevent this accumulation from causing gum disease and tooth loss. See "Gum disease."
Repetitive grinding of the teeth.
Prolonged, unintentional grinding and clenching of the teeth, usually occurring during sleep. 'Bruxers' are often unaware that they have developed this habit. Symptoms include abraded/chipped teeth (in extreme cases, waking up with tooth chips in the mouth); facial pain; oversensitive teeth; tense facial and jaw muscles; headaches; dislocation of the jaw; damage to the tooth enamel, exposing the inside of the tooth; a popping or clicking in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ); tongue indentations; damage to the inside of the cheek.
Habitual clenching and grinding of the teeth, especially during sleep.
also called teethgrinding; a parasomnia characterized by the grinding or clenching of teeth during sleep.
the condition of incessant grinding and clenching of the teeth, unintentionally, and at inappropriate times.
Clenching or grinding of the upper and lower teeth together.
Bruxism (derived from Greek Î²ÏÏ…Î³Î¼ÏŒÏ‚, masculine noun - grinding teeth) is grinding of the teeth.