Is there any evidence to support dental night guards prevent the teeth from night-time grinding?

Almost half of the adult population today grinds their teeth during their sleep, but only one-fifth of them can do it to such an extent that it could lead to devastating and damaging effects. There are many symptoms involved with the nighttime teeth grinding and these can vary from having a painful jaw, dental sensitivity, soreness, headaches, even earaches for that matter, and strained neck and jaw muscles.

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