Teeth Grinding

Find Relief from Teeth Grinding with Our Specialised Care

Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, can lead to various discomforts, including migraines, headaches, neck, and shoulder pain. At Devon Place 7 Day Dental, we provide effective solutions to alleviate these symptoms. Our custom-made splints, designed for night-time use, can offer significant relief and protect your teeth from the adverse effects of grinding.


At Devon Place 7 Day Dental, we understand that teeth grinding can be a distressing condition. Our team is committed to offering compassionate care and effective solutions to improve your quality of life and oral health. If you suspect that you’re suffering from teeth grinding, don’t wait for the symptoms to worsen. Contact us today for a consultation and take the first step towards a more comfortable, pain-free life.

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Understanding and Treating Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding can often go unnoticed but can have a significant impact on your oral and overall health. Recognising the symptoms and seeking timely treatment is essential for preventing long-term damage. Here’s how we can help:

Custom Splints for Night-time Use – we design tailor-made splints to be worn at night. These splints are crafted to fit comfortably and help reduce the stress on your jaw, alleviating associated pain and discomfort.

Comprehensive Assessment – our experts will conduct a thorough examination to understand the severity of your tooth grinding and its impact on your oral health. This assessment forms the basis of your personalised treatment plan.

Symptom Relief – by using our custom splints, you can experience relief from migraines, headaches, and neck or shoulder pain often associated with teeth grinding.

Preventive Care – regular use of splints can also prevent the wear and tear on your teeth caused by grinding, protecting them from potential fractures or other dental issues.

Ongoing Support and Advice – we provide ongoing guidance on managing teeth grinding, including lifestyle changes and relaxation techniques that can help reduce the frequency of teeth grinding.