If you’re tired of dealing with discomfort and damage caused by teeth grinding and jaw clenching, you’ve come to the right place.
Fraser Dental specialises in providing one of the best bruxism treatments in the area, where our team of experienced dentists and hygienists is dedicated to helping you find relief from bruxism and get back to enjoying a healthy, comfortable smile.
Bruxism, or teeth grinding and jaw clenching is a common problem that affects many people. It can cause pain and discomfort in the jaw and face and lead to serious dental issues like tooth wear, sensitivity, and even tooth loss.
But the good news is that bruxism can be treated, and at Fraser Dental, we have various effective treatment options.
One of the most popular bruxism treatment options is a custom-made nightguard. This thin, plastic appliance is worn over the teeth at night to protect them from the damage caused by grinding and clenching. Night guards are comfortable and easy to wear and can be adjusted to fit your teeth perfectly.
TMD (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder)
TMD or Temporomandibular Joint Disorder therapy is designed to address the underlying cause of bruxism, which is often related to problems with the jaw joint. Our team of dentists will work closely with you to identify the root cause of your bruxism and develop a customised treatment plan that addresses your specific needs and goals.
You’re In Good Hands With Fraser Dental.
If you’re looking for the best bruxism treatment, look no further than Fraser Dental. We pride ourselves on providing high-quality dental care in a warm, welcoming and professional environment. Our team of experienced dentists and hygienists are dedicated to helping you achieve optimal oral health, and we use the latest technology and techniques to ensure your comfort and safety.
Don’t let bruxism control your life any longer. Book your appointment today and experience the difference with the best bruxism treatment in the area at Fraser Dental! Let us help you get back to enjoying a healthy and comfortable smile.
Please contact us if you are experiencing any symptoms of bruxism – we can assess your needs and recommend specific treatment options.