Recent studies have shown a direct relationship between bruxism and sleep apnoea.

Bruxism is when you grind, gnash or clench your teeth either when awake or asleep. This can lead to you experiencing hypersensitive teeth, tired or tight jaw muscles, headaches, tooth wear and damage to existing crowns and fillings, damage to the inside of your cheeks and even sleep disruption.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s time to see your Dentist.

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Our son left feeling confident

Dr Heintz listened carefully to all of our concerns and explained everything. We left really reeassured about the treatment and are so happy that a friend recommended Dr Heintz to us. She went out of her way to help our 8 year old son, was patient and explained things so that he could understand the plan. Our son left feeling confident and it was an excellent experience for him. Thank you Dr Heintz for going the extra mile to help us. 

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Dr Lionel Friedmann and his Nurse were kind, polite, attentive and very professional all at the same time. I felt very safe and well-looked after.

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Dr Nora Cumiskey was very friendly and professional.

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