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I bite my inner cheeks at night while I’m sleeping. How can I stop doing this so the sores will heal?

 

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American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
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It's tough to stop. But I have found that when my patients wear their custom form-fitted night guards, they will stop biting their cheeks.

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