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Seven Signs of Tooth Stress!

Actress Demi Moore recently revealed that she lost her two front teeth due to stress.  Here, celebrity dentist Dr. Richard Marques – known as The King of Smiles – shares seven signs that can indicate that you’re damaging your teeth and oral health due to stress.  Destress your teeth and gums with Zane Hellas’s OREGAWASH natural mouthwash.  Made with organic oregano oil and mastic oil, it freshens your breath, relieves dry mouth and helps kill bacteria that can live in the mouth and throat!…

1. If you notice that your teeth are becoming translucent or getting shorter this may be due to Bruxism (grinding) of the teeth. You should see your dentist as you may need a bite guard to protect the teeth from wearing further.

2. If you feel an ache or clicking in your jaw joint this may be a sign of stress. Seek advice from your dentist and you may need a treatment for the jaw, such as a special splint or even Botox to relax the muscle.

3. If you notice your gums are bleeding more this can be a sign of gum disease (gingivitis or periodontitis), which can be caused or exacerbated by stress. See your dentist and you may need some gum treatment such as deep cleaning (root planing) under the gums.

4. Dental abscesses can be caused as during times of stress your body can be unable to fight off gum infections. Seek advice from your dentist and you may need antibiotics or further treatment for this.

5. Root canal problems can be caused by stress if the grinding becomes so severe that the nerves of the teeth are exposed. Root canal treatment may then be needed to remove the nerve from the teeth.

6. Bad breath can be a sign of stress. Stomach acids can build during times of stress and lead to reflux and other compounds that causes bad breath. You will need to see your GP for this and may need treatment with antacids or other medication. This may even require further investigation of the stomach lining.

7. Cheek biting is a sign of stress. For some people, this is a habit that is developed to cope with stress. Acupuncture or hypnosis are some of the treatments that can be used to help relax and prevent this.”

For more information on Dr. Marques and his London based dental practice please see: www.wimpolestreetdental.com

by Precious Williams.

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