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Do You Grind Your Teeth?

Do you find yourself habitually grinding your teeth together or clenching your jaw as if biting?

Does your partener say you  grind  your teeth while asleep?

What does this mean ?

The habitual grinding of teeth—known as bruxism—is caused by three main factors,

Most people who have this problem simply are using their teeth to vent their stress. Others have a dislocated jaw joint that causes the jaw muscle to go into painful spasm.
Tooth grinding may seem like a minor annoyance, but it’s important to get treatment. At the very least, habitual gnashing and clenching will give you sore jaws,
As you continue to grind, you may dislocate or even damage the jaw joint and give yourself headaches, neck or shoulder pain and ringing in the ears. And you almost certainly will loosen your teeth and wear away their chewing surfaces. If you grind down your teeth, you can throw your whole jaw out and your teeth won’t align properly.





Dr. Nadim Majid qualified from Liverpool Dental school in 2001 and since then has worked in Lancashire for a number of years. He decided to undertake a career in dentistry as he found it was a good mix of science and art and also gave him the ability to help people and make a difference for them.

This really hit home when he worked in a nursing home for a short time and actually saw the impact upon the health and well being of patients whom had lost their teeth the impact was significant on the general health and well being and this is something Dr. Majid wanted to make sure he helped others avoid.

Dr. Majid is trained in hypnosis, sedation for nervous people, dental implants as well as braces. He lives in Lancashire with his two children (twins) and his wife who is a teacher. Dr. Majid has always and will continue to be focused on producing top quality services that his patients have come to expect and appreciate.