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... I only do it on the right side and one tooth takes most of the force. It has been filled 3 times and last year it finally broke. Now I have a ceramic crown and clenching can damage that...what has worked for me is taking calcium and magnesium at night before I go to sleep. ... (7 replies)
... I'll try to provide as much detail as possible. For a shorter summary, scroll below. ... (0 replies)
... That's great that the cheap mouthpiece works for you. I had bought one a couple years ago at the drugstore, but it was too thick and I couldn't wear it. ... (15 replies)

?Indy gal
Jul 23, 2003
... Hello there! That was kinda weird to see a post directed to me... I am not sure what kind of advice you are looking for, but I'll do my best to help. ... (2 replies)
... You are grinding, clenching and probably wake up with sore jaws in the morning because of it. You absolutely need to be fitted for a night guard that will eliminate your teeth from touching while you wear it over night. ... (1 replies)
... Although I now have tmj I think most of my problems started when I needed a front bridge for my upper front teeth and due to fitting problems they were made a bit shorter than my natural ones. ... (3 replies)
... I guess we just have to place some faith in dentistry and hope for the best. Are you confident that you have a good dentist? ... (20 replies)
Receding gums
Apr 19, 2017
... Grinding or should I say clenching teeth is odd. Never had done it before and then suddenly became a habit for 3 months. Glad it's stopped. ... (6 replies)
... If not, I would suggest calling the endodontist to do that for you. Also sometimes roots can be close to the nerves in the jaw and it could have been affected during removal, or getting local anesthetic. ... (1 replies)
... I hate to tell you this but it sounds like TMJ symptons. For me, It started out with just pain when eating food or pressing my teeth together I felt sharp pain on the new filling tooth. ... (38 replies)
... Another is general sensitivity if it's a nerve thing. Do try toothpaste for sensitive teeth. It can help quite the nerve down. It takes awhile to achieve any success so give it at least two weeks or so with consistent brushing. ... (1 replies)
... It's very possible that the night clenching has knocked his jaw out of whack. That could be a TMJ problem and yes, it's very hard to correct. ... (21 replies)
... the right side. So, the tooth with the sensativity around the gumline now stands alone. There is no tooth in front of it or inback of it. The same is now true for the tooth directly above it. ... (0 replies)
... Is it possible that you are night time clenching? ... (8 replies)
... but it allowed me to hit on my front teeth instead of the molars. The second one seems to protect all my teeth but I wake up with a headache and sore jaws from clenching it to hard. I am at a loss for what to do. ... (10 replies)

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