Things That Can Happen Once Bruxism Sensitivity Starts

Unless it is treated nice and early, bruxism disorder will eventually lead to sensitivity. At this point, one of many things can end up happening. The bad news is that it’s never any fun to deal with sensitive teeth, of course. However, our Virginia Beach, VA team reminds you that the good news is that you can save yourself from any additional discomfort, if you choose to come in for care right away. So, which pathway are you going to take? Are you planning on seeing us ASAP or waiting a while? Consider the possible outcomes and you just might feel ready for that essential visit we suggest!

You Ignore It And End Up In Pain

If you ignore the sensitivity that you’re experiencing and, as a result, you also ignore the bruxism disorder that really needs your attention, then you are going to end up in pain. How do we know, you ask? Well, there are a variety of reasons. First, bruxism isn’t something that just stops out of nowhere. It’s involuntary and that means that you need external help like bruxism treatment to ease the issue. As it worsens, the grinding and clenching that initially cause enough damage to create sensitivity will become more serious. Little fissures can become cracks, for instance. Then, your nerves become exposed! Bacteria may gain entrance to your teeth! Toothaches and uncomfortable teeth will follow.

You Receive Treatment And The Problem Diminishes

Now, let’s say instead that you decide to call us, come in immediately for bruxism disorder treatment, and you follow along with that treatment as we suggest. What you can expect from this is that your smile will immediately begin to feel better. That’s because we will stop the grinding and clenching! We can also offer any additional help you need if damage has occurred and you require repairs.

You Follow Our Lifestyle Suggestions: The Pain Is Gone!

Now, let’s take this one step further. Not only do you come in to learn more about bruxism disorder from us and to receive a comfortable mouthguard as treatment that you will wear nightly. You also listen to our suggestions regarding lifestyle choices (like avoiding too much snacking, cutting back on caffeine, etc.). This can simply help the discomfort go away!

Come In For The Long-Term Care You Need For Bruxism

Choose bruxism treatment with us and you can expect comprehensive attention to your grinding or clenching for a long-term solution. Contact Absolute Dental Care today in Virginia Beach, VA to schedule a visit by calling (757) 428-7440. We proudly welcome patients Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk, Hampton, Eastern Shore, and all surrounding communities.