Bruxism in children

DIf bruxism is common in childhood (8% to 38% of all children are affected), the condition tends to disappear in adolescence.

Grinding your teeth is considered normal in a child and is linked to its psychological development as well as its dental and maxillary development. Its importance, however, should not be underestimated since it is often associated with sleeping disorders, difficulty falling asleep, headaches and concentration problems.

It is therefore recommended to contact a paediatrician to confirm the diagnosis and to confirm whether the dental development of the child is sufficiently advanced to allow a dental bite to be used.

 

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