Bruxism is a disorder characterised by clenching, grinding or clenching of the teeth. Bruxism can be diurnal or nocturnal or both at the same time. People who brux, in addition to having problems with the wear and tear of their teeth, also strain the jaw joint, the TMJ.
2. Dental malocclusions.
When our teeth do not fit together correctly, the whole oral system is decompensated,
3. Poor postural hygiene.
It is important to acquire good postural habits from an early age or to correct bad habits because the body is a complex system that tends to compensate.
4. Dislocation of the jaw.
Stress overloads the muscles of our mouth, face and neck.