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  • Turn Your Dental Idea into Success with DentiVentures

    DentiVentures is a company specializing in transforming innovative ideas in the orofacial care sector, with a particular focus on bruxism, into successful businesses. They provide a bridge between medical insight and the business world, led by a team of experts in medical and business development. DentiVentures supports startups by offering medical expertise, strategic industry connections,…

  • Coaching for Bruxism Relief: A Holistic Approach

    Bruxism, the unconscious grinding or clenching of teeth, can lead to various discomforts, from jaw pain to dental issues. While traditional treatments focus on physical interventions, a holistic approach involving coaching has emerged as a potential avenue to reduce bruxism symptoms. Discover how the guidance and support of a coach can play a transformative role…

  • The Connection Between Muscle Relaxation and Bruxism Relief

    Bruxism, the involuntary grinding or clenching of teeth, is a common dental concern that affects countless individuals worldwide. While stress and misaligned teeth are often attributed to its occurrence, a fascinating avenue for managing bruxism has emerged – the potential link between muscle relaxation techniques and symptom relief. Specific exercises and massages targeted at relaxing…

  • How to select your jaw specialist

    Wow, a jaw physiotherapist! I didn’t know that existed! I often get this comment. Not many people realize that this specialized form of physical therapy exists. Still, I think it makes sense: the temporomandibular joint and the surrounding muscles and joints form a complex interplay. Problems with the temporomandibular joint can lead to pain and…

  • Review of the effectiveness of biofeedback for treating Bruxism

    A new study published this week (January 2023) suggests that biofeedback may be an effective treatment option for individuals suffering from bruxism (teeth grinding) during the day. Understanding Biofeedback Devices for Bruxism What are biofeedback devices, and how do they work for bruxism treatment?Can biofeedback devices effectively detect teeth grinding and clenching? The study, which…

  • Launching “Kaakpunt”

    I am Fien and for years I have worked with people suffering from jaw disorders such as bruxism, jaw pain, and jaw clenching. I have always looked for ways to better help these people, and I am therefore extremely happy to be able to tell you about Kaakpunt, my new online support program. The tool…

  • Hypnotherapy as treatment for bruxism

    Bruxism is a common disorder that involves the grinding and clenching of the teeth, typically during sleep. It can cause a range of symptoms, including jaw pain, headache, and tooth damage. While there are several treatment options for bruxism, listed here, hypnotherapy is also a potential treatment option that can be considered, particularly in certain…

  • How does biofeedback work?

    Bruxism, the unconscious grinding or clenching of teeth, can have a profound impact on both oral health and overall well-being. As we seek effective solutions, one technique stands out for its potential to provide relief: biofeedback. In this article, we’ll delve into the fascinating world of biofeedback and explore how innovative tools like Sovn, Grindcare,…

  • New AirPod feature: detecting bruxism

    On October 6th, Apple employees filed a patent application on the diagnosis and monitoring of bruxism (teeth grinding and clenching) using “earbud motion sensors”. This will be a new health tool with their AirPod Pros. What is bruxism? Bruxism is the habit of (un)consciously gritting or grinding the teeth especially in situations of stress or…

  • Smoking and Bruxism: A dreadful combination

    Smoking is a well-known cause of disease and death. The bad consequences, however, multiply and become crippling when different conditions coexist. Smoking & Teethgrinding is one example of such a combination. Today, we’ll discuss how smoking affects your body and leads to bruxism, or teeth grinding, which can make it painful to smile and cause…