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Hello. My friend says that she has a tendency to grinding her teeth. Her doctor diagnosed her bruxism. She even killed the nerves in the front teeth. I would like to know whether this is possible to do. It seems almost impossible to me. Am I wrong? What do you think?

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Hello. I know that bruxism can damage one’s teeth, but to damage nerves in the front teeth, it sounds impossible to me too. As far as I know, nerves of the teeth are located in dental pulpa. It is located into the center of the teeth. Your friend would have to destroy entire tooth in order to get to the nerve. You should ask a dentist about this, but I think I am wright. Temporomandibular joint can also be damaged and that is other complication, but this? I hope you will find a proper answer. When you do, let me know. Bye!
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