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Strengthen Your Teeth From Grinding Today!

Rebuild Your Teeth Health Today!


Everyone knows that grinding your teeth is bad. But not many people realize how bad. Well, we’re just going to put it plainly – grinding your teeth is one of the most damaging things you can do to not only your teeth, but your overall oral health.

And it’s super common. In fact, teeth grinding and jaw clenching affects around a third of adults during the day, and ten percent of adults in their sleep. And this terrible habit doesn’t just affect people during times of stress or anxiety. People grind their teeth during relaxing and stress-free times too. (1)

And the pains of grinding your teeth don’t stop when your jaw stops moving. The complications of grinding your teeth can hurt you in both the short and long term, with consequences that can affect your entire bodily health. As a result, RESTORING YOUR TEETH post-grinding is one of the most important things you can do for your oral health.

In this blog we talk about the dangers of grinding your teeth, and how you can instantly RESTORE YOUR TEETH FROM GRINDING today!




Grinding, gnashing, and clenching your teeth is not just a problem kids have when they’re stressed or sleeping. It’s a serious medical condition with a medical name – bruxism – and it affects everyone of all ages. And the effects don’t stop with simple teeth damage.

Grinding your teeth also causes gum recession, headaches, and severe tension and pressure on your jaw muscles and face. This can also lead to tooth damage, which is one of the leading consequences of grinding your teeth. (2)

But perhaps the most debilitating effect of grinding your teeth is the damage it can cause on your enamel. As a result of grinding your teeth, your enamel wears down, which is the outer layer of your teeth. But here’s a thing to remember - once you lose this important layer, your dentin is exposed, which is soft and easily wears down even faster than enamel. (3)


QUICK TIP: People who grind their teeth can have up to 100 episodes of grinding per night. Restore your damaged teeth, sleep better, and smile brighter today with GARNER’S GARDEN 100% ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE TRIO! (4)


So we know that grinding your teeth causes tooth damage, gum problems, and the loss of your enamel. Well, what happens next? There are a ton of dental procedures out there that promise to restore your teeth to the level they were before. These procedures include composite bonding, where resin is applied to your teeth to remedy imperfections, and the application of dental crowns, which cover damaged teeth.


Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, causes tooth decay. Prevent enamel damage and gum disease today with GARNER'S GARDEN 100% ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE TRIO!


Other potential solutions include the addition of a night guard to your nighttime oral care routine and porcelain veneers, which are placed over existing teeth to improve the appearance and (hopefully) health of your teeth. But these dental procedures can be costly, and are the equivalent of putting a bandage on a wound (or painting a scar). (5)

Additionally, dentists consider these procedures cosmetic procedures. What does this mean? Well, it means that they improve the LOOK of your smile and teeth, but they’re not really fixing your teeth at all. It also means that these procedures can vary in cost, invasive nature, and permanence, which means there’s no guarantee if these procedures last a day or a year. (6)


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If all those cosmetic dental procedures don’t sound like something you want a part of, don’t worry. There IS a way you can RESTORE your teeth AND STRENGTHEN them naturally. And it all begins with kaolin clay.

Kaolin clay boosts the strength of your teeth naturally, enriching your teeth with zinc, calcium, and magnesium, giving you not only a brighter smile, but also stopping the decaying of your teeth, cavities, and bad breath. (7)


Grinding wears teeth down. Kaolin clay builds them back up, boosting them with essential minerals. Find kaolin in GARNER'S GARDEN 100% ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE TRIO!


Kaolin clay also has a high pH, while not being abrasive. This means kaolin won’t remove the important enamel of your teeth already destroyed from teeth grinding, while efficiently neutralizing deteriorating acids in your mouth. Bentonite clay contains these properties too, and can be found in our ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE TRIO! (8)


QUICK TIP: Not only does kaolin clay strengthen teeth, but it’s also antibacterial, meaning it fights bad breath and tooth decay. Protect and strengthen your teeth today with GARNER’S GARDEN 100% ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE TRIO! (9)


Another clay that strengthens your teeth after grinding is bentonite clay. Bentonite clay pulls double duty; not only does it remineralize your teeth with calcium, silica, and magnesium, but it also neutralizes damaging bacteria and absorbs toxins.

Considering the damage grinding your teeth can cause on your teeth and enamel, having an ingredient in your oral care routine like bentonite is essential. This is because people consider bentonite to be a vacuum, capable of drawing away catalysts of tooth damage, while replacing them with vital nutrients and minerals. (10)

Bentonite is also a great alternative to the dangerous chemicals found in over-the-counter toothpastes like fluoride and triclosan, which can cause you long-term health problems and complications. Bentonite, on the other hand, effectively and naturally prevents cavities, while restoring your overall oral health. (11)


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