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Dental Mouth Night Guards Las Vegas

Stop the Grind with Dental Mouth Guards.

Research indicates that almost one-third of American adults grapple with bruxism.

Bruxism is a dental health issue marked by heightened teeth grinding and jaw clenching episodes. Notably, this condition can occur during both wakeful periods and sleep.

Mouth night guards are specially designed to address moderate to severe cases of teeth grinding or bruxism. These protective devices are crafted from a durable laminate material, engineered to withstand the pressures of heavy teeth grinding and clenching.

Featuring abrasion-resistant properties, a custom night guard serves as a robust barrier, preventing further wear and tear on your teeth. When utilized nightly, it can significantly alleviate soreness in both your teeth and facial muscles, offering a shield against the detrimental effects of grinding. Make it a part of your nightly routine to protect your smile and promote overall oral health.

How do I know if I need a dental night guard?

If you are experiencing symptoms such as morning headaches, jaw pain, increased tooth sensitivity, or noticeable wear on your teeth, it might be a sign that you are grinding your teeth at night. It's best to consult with a dentist who can evaluate your condition and determine if a dental night guard would be beneficial for you.

Can I wear a dental night guard if I have braces or other dental appliances?

You cannot wear a dental night guard while you have braces or other dental appliances. You need to wait until the braces are completely removed before getting a night guard.

Will wearing a dental night guard interfere with my sleep?

Most people adapt to wearing a night guard within a few nights to a week, and it should not interfere with your sleep once you are accustomed to it. Initially, you might experience slight discomfort as your mouth adjusts to having a foreign object in it during sleep, but this sensation tends to diminish over time. If you find that your night guard is causing persistent discomfort or affecting your sleep quality, consult with your dentist to make adjustments or try a different type of guard.

How do I maintain my dental night guard?

Ensuring your dental night guard is well-maintained is vital for its durability and efficacy. Regular cleaning using a toothbrush and a non-abrasive toothpaste or a cleaner suggested by your dentist is advisable. When not in use, store it in its case to avoid damage or warping, and have it professionally cleaned and inspected during your routine dental visits.

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