If you wake up with unexplained headaches, pain in your mouth or jaw, or loose or broken teeth, you may be grinding your teeth at night. Also known as bruxism, grinding your teeth may be caused by stress, a sleep disorder, or a bite that’s out of line. We’ll work with you to discover the cause, but in the meantime, Dr. Brunnett may suggest a custom-made mouthguard to protect your teeth while you sleep. These dental night guards will prevent damage to your teeth and help you avoid more serious dental issues.
We couldn’t be happier to begin seeing you and your smile back again! We are here to reassure you that we’ll be taking every precaution to ensure safety for you and your family as you return to your regular dental care routine. Measures we are taking to keep you safe include:
Patients are screened before making appointments and prior to entering our office.
All temperatures are checked before entering the office.
EVERYONE in our office must wear a mask, including patients, until the time of treatment.
Social distancing guidelines are being followed as much as possible (the exception is during treatment).
All patient areas and workspaces are being extensively cleaned between encounters and throughout the day.
Medical-grade air purifiers are placed throughout the office.
An aerosol reduction suction system is used during aerosol-generating procedures.
We are using UV-C light to disinfect the patient rooms following every procedure.
Barriers have been installed in each patient room to create a more isolated treatment environment.