Protruding teeth are one of the most visible dental complaints, affecting many patients with an overbite or angled tooth line. The good news is that protruding teeth can often be treated relatively easily, depending on what has caused the protrusion in the first place. In this blog, we’ll look at...
Bruxism is the word given to the action of ‘parafunctional’ (i.e. outside of normal function e.g. eating and chewing) grinding or clenching your teeth. It can be brought on when you are stressed or anxious but is often an unconscious action and often patients do it while sleeping. While not...
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