Teeth grinding? Dentist explains how the pandemic could affect your dental health

Bob Sirott

In this Wednesday, May 13, 2020 photo, dentist Sabrine Jendoubi, speaks to patient Veronique Guillot during a dental appointment, at a dental office in Paris. Those with toothache that suffered through France’s two-month lockdown, finally have hope to end the pain. Dental practices are cautiously re-opening and non-emergency dentist appointments are now permitted around the country, as the French government eased confinement restrictions from Monday. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

Dr. Hal Stewart, restorative, cosmetic dentist and CEO of  The Stewart Center, joined Bob Sirott to talk about how the pandemic could be affecting your dental health and what you can do to improve it.

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