Night guards, also known as occlusal splints, are used to protect the teeth. Many people are unaware that they may be grinding or wearing down their teeth. Sometimes you may experience symptoms such as sore jaw muscles or headaches, but sometimes you may not experience anything at all. If left unattended severe wear to your teeth may set in and require a Full Mouth Reconstruction.
The clinical circumstances surrounding your teeth, TMJ, and health often dictate the type of occlusal splint would best benefit you.
- This is a colorful and hardy dual-laminated appliance that is great for kids and adults involved in sports such as boxing, football, hockey, basketball, soccer, and more.
- This is a clear occlusal splint using a hard and soft laminated materials meant to be comfortably worn during the night to protect your teeth against any nighttime grinding or clenching
- This is also ideal to protect any cosmetic work that has been done on your front teeth.
- This is a clear occlusal splint meant for people that have difficulty finding their bite. This is for short term diagnostic usage towards permanent restorations.
- Custom Nightguard
- This is a clear occlusal splint with specific design elements to modify the muscle activity of your jaw or achieve a specific clinical goal.
- Sleep Apnea Jaw repositioner / Snore Device
- Snoring and Sleep Apnea can be severely detrimental to your long-term health by regularly suffocating by diminishing your airway when you sleep. Repositioning your jaw forward to assist in opening your airway and allowing you gain a restful sleep.