Anibal García Navarro | BRUXISM
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Do not wait for your teeth to run out.

Up to 90% of the population has some degree of bruxism or night clenching.

This event is unconscious, but it has some warning signs that you can identify:


  • Pain in the neck and face muscles, when you wake up or during the day.
  • Wear of the dental pieces mainly on the front edges.
  • Discovered tooth necks and sensitivity.


This disease is progressive and you cannot control it on your own. That is why the best thing is an early and preventive diagnosis, because if you let it advance, in adulthood you will have to perform very invasive and painful interventions.