Why Bruxism Doesn’t Have To Make You Feel Bad

Of course, if you find out that you are dealing with grinding and clenching, which we refer to as bruxism disorder, it’s only natural to feel a quick twinge of sadness. Nobody wants the function of their smile to be less than exceptional! With that said, however, our Ankeny, IA team reminds you that as you move forward with accepting the issue and treating the disorder, you don’t have to feel bad. At all! How to make sure you can turn this moment in your life around, so you’re enjoying those positive feelings instead? We can guide you!

Feeling Bad Emotionally

We know that you can feel upset, as mentioned, about bruxism disorder. It would, of course, be much nicer if you didn’t have to deal with it! However, we strongly encourage you to instead take a proactive, positive approach to feeling happy because there’s actually a very easy solution. You may visit us for bruxism disorder treatment, which is drug-free, noninvasive, and comfortable. Don’t hesitate! Feeling much more relaxed about your oral health is soon to come.

Feeling Bad Physically

If you’ve been dealing with bruxism disorder for some time, then you might be dealing with some physical discomfort. Understandably, all of that grinding and cleaning can take a toll on your teeth and on your jaw joints, too. If you’re dealing with sore teeth, chewed soft tissues, a sore jaw, etc., it is par for the course. However, it doesn’t have to stay this way! When you choose treatment with us, which is a comfortable mouthguard (we call it an oral appliance), you will quickly begin experiencing relief that will get better as you continue your treatment.

Feeling Bad Socially

Are you upset because you wonder if others have heard you grinding or clenching? First, remember that most people won’t notice (and you might not have noticed either). Remember, as well, that in addition to the powerful help offered by bruxism disorder treatment, there are ways to manage the issue. Skip excessive snacking, too much caffeine, and anything that stimulates muscle movement. You’ll be just fine!

Feeling Bad About The Future

If you have heard that bruxism can lead to damage, such as broken teeth and more, then it makes sense you might feel worried about the future. Not to worry! As long as you begin treatment, it will protect your teeth from damage. Already dealing with damage? There’s restorative dental care for that!

Stop Bruxism For Long-Term Relief

Choose to follow through on setting up a dental checkup with our team to check in on your smile every six months. If we detect bruxism, agree to our noninvasive treatment for immediate and long-term relief and oral health! Visit us for a dental checkup in Ankeny, IA by contacting Dental Impressions to schedule a visit at (515) 965-0230.