We have all once in our life caught ourselves biting cheeks. While this may seem like a minor or habitual thing, continuous cheek biting has serious consequences on your dental and oral health. Habitual cheek biting involves continuously clenching your teeth on the soft tissue of your inner teeth. Over time, this habit can not bring discomfort but can be the cause of irritation, inflammation and even result in sores and ulcers in your mouth. While these might be extremely uncomfortable symptoms, they can indirectly affect your teeth.