a molar tooth? It turned out to be an expression of emotional release

1. Emotional tension

It is the most common cause of bruxism. Fear, anger, hostility, conflict and other nervous emotions, if for various reasons it is difficult for patients to vent in time, these emotions will be expressed in various ways periodically in the subconscious, and tooth grinding is one of them.

2. Local factors

It is speculated that if there is early occlusal contact, patients often try to grind the high point of this tooth surface flat. If this phenomenon occurs frequently, it will form bruxism over time.

3. Systemic factors

Gastrointestinal disorders related to parasites, nutritional deficiencies in children, allergic reactions or endocrine disorders may be the pathogenesis factors of bruxism.

4. Occupation

Some occupational types are conducive to the occurrence of bruxism. For example, watchmen, car drivers and sports (sports food) workers who require high accuracy or high concentration tend to have bruxism, but the reason is still unknown.

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