Nerijus

Thanks for posting. We've tried to reply to a lot of your questions and comments.

Orthodontist: "She also said that there is no other way than to get braces ... and 'restore' every tooth."
Having a malocclusion may make it more likely that you do brux and/or that excessive tooth wear may occur.
Their plan might also include "opening" your bite so there is more space (distance between upper and lower teeth while your jaw is at rest position) for restoring them.

"If I will not go for this my teeth will become ..."
Like you say, it'd be expected that your teeth would continue to wear.
Excessive forces on teeth place them at greater risk for developing problems with periodontial disease (which may include gum recession).
Excessive forces can cause abfraction, which may have associated gum recession.
A habit of bruxism is a contraindication for placing implants.

"From what I know now I assume she was not suggesting crowns, more like bonding or aesthetic fixing."
There seems to be an assumption here that your bruxism will either cease, or its effects mitigated by wearing your nightguard.

"Could it be possible that my teeth are just weaker or I took worse care of it like skipping fluoride toothpaste for few years or not flossing"
With the latter two factors, no (unless your dentists have attributed some of your problems to tooth decay). As far as you teeth being weaker, more than likely this is not a factor. If it were, one would expect you to display symptoms or effects on aspects of your teeth not involved with your bruxism.

Acidic foods dissolve mineral content from teeth, which would only complicate your problems.

"chewing food too hard for like 20 times each bite"
Conceivably this might be considered to be a parafunctional habit.

"Also I might have thought that natural teeth position is for them to touch always when my mouth is closed"
We can see how this would be a common thought.

"..you would suggests crowns for my case. In London a dentist suggested veneers ..."
Only the dentist treating your case can make this decision. No type of restoration can withstand the effects of bruxism forever, with crowns generally being more successful at this than other types of restorations. If your bruxism is controlled, any type of restoration might be suitable.

Thanks again, best of luck.

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