Custom Treatment for Bruxism and Snoring Treatments

Custom Treatment for Bruxism and Snoring Treatments

Optimize Your Health

Improve sleep quality.

Sleep is an essential restorative process that plays a vital role in supporting your overall health and well-being. Deep, restful sleep helps your body to recover and repair, allowing your brain, cardiovascular system, and metabolism to function optimally. Adequate sleep also supports your cognitive function, which affects memory, focus, and emotional regulation. On the other hand, insufficient sleep can have a detrimental effect on your health, both physically and mentally. It can lead to systemic health issues and chronic conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease. That’s why it’s so important to seek treatment if you aren’t getting the quality sleep your body needs. Whether snoring or teeth grinding is the problem, CinciSleep can help you manage your symptoms for better health and quality of life.

What does it mean?


Bruxism is a habitual condition where a person grinds or clenches their teeth. Bruxism while sleeping is very common. However, it can also occur when a person is awake. Most people who grind or clench their teeth do it unconsciously. Often, it’s not until a person experiences bruxism’s negative effects that they even realize there is a problem. Stress, tension, nervousness, and certain medications are all potential causes.

woman suffering from bruxism

How does untreated bruxism affect health?

Long-Term Consequences of Bruxism

Over time, bruxism can lead to issues with your teeth, in particular, but it can also affect your overall health. Common issues include:

Dental Problems
The persistent clenching and excessive pressure placed on the teeth as a result of bruxism can lead to chipped or cracked teeth. It can also lead to increased tooth sensitivity, making the consumption of hot and cold foods and beverages uncomfortable. Your enamel may also erode and wear down prematurely, putting you at a heightened risk of tooth decay.

Headaches and Pain
Repetitive grinding and clenching strains more than the teeth. It can also lead to chronic discomfort and soreness throughout the jaw and neck, often manifesting as headaches, jaw dysfunction, and neck and shoulder pain.

Our Bruxism and Snoring Treatments Help You

Prevent tooth damage.

Clenching and grinding your teeth can cause chips, cracks, and wear.

Decrease muscle tension.

Addressing bruxism will alleviate pain and tension and improve comfort.

Reduce disruptive snoring.

A custom oral appliance will keep your airway open throughout the night.

Stay healthy.

Prevent long-term consequences of untreated bruxism or snoring.

Proven treatment for bruxism.

Custom-Made Oral Appliances

Bruxism can be effectively treated with an oral appliance (mouth guard), tailor made to fit your mouth comfortably. You’ll wear your appliance while you sleep to protect your teeth from the damaging effects of grinding and clenching. The appliance works by repositioning your jaw and creating a barrier between the upper and lower teeth. It not only protects your teeth against enamel damage but also reduces muscle tension in the jaw. This improves sleep quality and reduces side effects like headaches and neck and jaw pain.

Bruxism device

Stop snoring in its tracks.

Custom Oral Appliances for Better Sleep

If you dream of a life without snoring and want to achieve more restful sleep, contact CinciSleep for an appointment. Our custom oral appliances improve airflow so you (and your partner!) can enjoy uninterrupted sleep. Using digital scans, we design your appliance to fit precisely, repositioning the jaw and tongue to keep the airway open. This reduces the potential for any blockages and stops vibrations in your airway. Say goodbye to snoring and hello to a peaceful night’s sleep.

Questions about

Bruxism and Snoring

Yes, stress is a known factor that can contribute to bruxism.

There is a risk that your snoring is caused by sleep apnea, which, if left untreated, can lead to systemic health conditions. CinciSleep recommends getting a sleep assessment if you are a snorer, as it’s better to be proactive when it comes to your health and well-being.

There is no substitute for a good night’s sleep!

If you want to maintain optimal health long term, getting a good night’s sleep is important. Sleep plays a vital restorative role in our well-being, and conditions such as bruxism and snoring can seriously affect the quality of that sleep. Take our online sleep assessment now and take control of your sleep!


I saw Dr Kitzmiller for sleep apnea. I truly believe this Doc and his wonderful staff are the best around. I am totally pleased with my the mouth apparatus and no longer snore. Very personable and professional dentist. Just no better.