October 27, 2017
Like millions of Americans, Crystal used to grind her teeth in her sleep. She actually lost two teeth because of this issue before our own Dr. Stiver discovered her problem.
Obviously, teeth grinding is bad for your teeth, but it can lead to TMJ disorders as well. Your TMJs are the joints that allow you to open and close your mouth. TMJ disorders can lead to headaches (including migraines), jaw pains, and pains in your face, neck, and upper back.
At Dental Care Center of South Kansas City, we can help you stop your teeth grinding and provide treatment for TMJ issues.