Bruxism is clenching, grinding, etc. It is an inconvenience. It can occur both at night and during the day, but it occurs more often during sleep. In advanced bruxism cases, the person may wake up to his own grinding sound, and the teeth may break due to the pressure applied during grinding.
Deteriorations in the jaw and tooth structure may occur due to bruxism. Since the related muscle of the person’s chin is overdeveloped, changes occur in the facial features. In addition, sleep disorders may accompany bruxism. Waking up with a headache, jaw pain, etc. It is a life-threatening illness. The cause of bruxism cannot be determined exactly, but stress is an important trigger, especially in the beginning.