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We understand choosing the right guard for your grinding needs can be overwhelming. Which is why we have have designed this blog to help our customers choose the right guard. As many of us all know, the signs and symptoms of teeth grinding (also commonly referred to as bruxism) include the following; loud teeth grinding or clenching (being recognised by your bed partner); teeth that are flattened, fractured, chipped or loose; worn tooth enamel, exposing deeper layers of your tooth; increased tooth pain or sensitivity; tired or tight jaw muscles, or a locked jaw that won’t open or close completely; jaw, neck...

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Sleep bruxism as you can imagine can cause many issues for individuals in both the short and the long term. Often one of the biggest problems that occurs with people who suffer from sleep bruxism is that they are unable to identify that they are grinding or clenching during the night. Therefore, the effects of bruxism can cause significant damage to the teeth and be affecting one's well being without them realising. It’s important to pay attention to your body and note any changes, particularly in the teeth or any oral pain. To help identify whether you may be suffering...

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In case you missed it last week, the Channel 9 News team came down and shot some footage at our lab in Melbourne.It was for a segment on the prevalence of teeth grinding among Australians. The piece stated that many Australians unknowingly grind their teeth at night and until now the only option for a night guard has been to visit the dentist.Check the video out here:    

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