Night Guards

Protect your teeth from grinding

I grind in my sleep, can this affect my teeth?

Grinding your teeth in your sleep can cause long-term damage to your teeth. Also called Bruxism, grinding your teeth can also cause pain and discomfort in your jaw, leading to headaches and earaches in cases.

What do I do next?

If you think you might suffer from grinding of your teeth, contact us today for a free consultation.


Treatment for grinding depends on the cause. To ensure your grinding doesn’t do damage to you as you sleep, we recommend you wear a mouth guard. Mouth guards are made by taking a simple mould of your teeth in the dental surgery, and sending this mould off to a specialist company to create your personalised mouth guard.

What causes grinding?

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Of those who grind their teeth, 80% grind subconsciously as they sleep
  • Bruxism has also been linked to obstructive sleep apnoea, interrupting your breathing as you sleep


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