Do you know if you’re someone who needs bruxism treatment or if you are dealing with some other issue? Is this a new idea to you because before someone pointed out some of your symptoms, you never had any idea that you might require care? To get started regarding candidacy for treatment, we encourage you to quickly make your way through our quiz. It might shed some light on what’s happening with your smile.
Quiz Questions: True or False?
- True or False: If someone has recently pointed out your bruxism by mentioning that you clench your teeth or grind them, but you never knew it until now, this may be a sign that you should learn more about bruxism treatment.
- True or False: If you are dealing with sensitive teeth that appear worn, this may be a sign of bruxism. However, it can point to other problems. The best way to find out is to see our team.
- True or False: If you have TMJ disorder and you have already been diagnosed, then you know you don’t need bruxism treatment because you already know what your problem is.
- True. When a witness tells you that a common and primary symptom of bruxism is something you’re doing, then chances are good you’re suffering from bruxism disorder and that you could benefit greatly from bruxism treatment.
- True. Sensitivity is common to bruxism because you are irritating and possibly eroding your teeth. However, sensitive teeth may be the symptom of multiple potential underlying concerns.
- False. You can have both TMJ disorder and bruxism at the same time! Find out more about what’s going on and how to best treat your smile function.
Learn More About Bruxism Treatment By Seeing Us!
Not sure if you require bruxism treatment but you know something isn’t right with your smile? Let us know! It may be bruxism or you may require care for some other concern. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Kalyan Nadella or Dr. Benjamin Walder, call Columbia Dental & Orthodontics in East Dallas, TX today at (214) 827-8000. We also gladly serve patients in Mesquite, Oak Cliff, Garland, and all surrounding communities.