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Can problems with teeth grinding affect and cause muscle twitching?
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Dr. Otto Placik
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In brief: And alot more
Yes, grinding of teeth and excessive use of the masseter and temporalis, and muscles of mastication can produce twitching as well as injury to the TMJ and dental structures.

In brief: And alot more
Yes, grinding of teeth and excessive use of the masseter and temporalis, and muscles of mastication can produce twitching as well as injury to the TMJ and dental structures.
Dr. Otto Placik
Dr. Otto Placik
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In brief: Yes
Usually the cause of teeth grinding is muscle related.
When you grind, your chewing muscles are over-working and can really stress all the facial muscles.

In brief: Yes
Usually the cause of teeth grinding is muscle related.
When you grind, your chewing muscles are over-working and can really stress all the facial muscles.
Dr. Michael Skidmore
Dr. Michael Skidmore
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