• Dr. Carey Incledon

I am stressed out... and now I'm grinding my teeth!

During the current COVID-19 situation, almost everyone seems to be extra stressed, scared, frustrated, or just plain bored. All of these can increase your anxiety level, negatively affect your health, and maybe even cause (or worsen) teeth grinding.

Are you feeling particularly stressed right now? Could it be affecting your dental health? I teamed up with Dentist Dr. Michael Cooley of Fashion Isle Smiles in Newport Beach to address issues related to teeth grinding and emotional stress.

Check out our blog post on Dr. Cooley's website:

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