Dental Night Guards
The Need For Dental Night Guards
You might need to be fitted for dental night guard if you are experiencing any of the following problems:
- Persistent ring in your ears
- Teeth that are worn flat, broken crowns, chipped or damaged teeth
- Lingering facial and jaw muscle soreness
- Chronic headaches
- Pain in the jawbone joint
- Any other variety of miserable side effects
Have you chipped the edge of a crown or front tooth, or have you broken one or more teeth? Do you find yourself having pain in your jaw or consistent headaches? All of these are sure signs that you are grinding or clenching your teeth in your sleep, and if this describes you, then you are headed for significant health and dental problems.
In Order to Protect Your Teeth From Grinding While You Sleep, You Need a Custom-Designed Dental Appliance Known as a Night Guard.
- Since you have no control over the clenching or grinding of your teeth while you are asleep, and these actions can cause severe tooth wear, broken crowns, cracked teeth, Jaw muscle soreness, and jaw pain, you need to wear a dental night guard.
- The dentist will need to make an impression of your teeth, and then an in-house lab technician will create a custom-fitted night guard to protect teeth comfortably.
- This ingenious device will preserve any prior dental work you may have undergone, as well as your natural teeth, by providing a cushion between your upper and lower teeth.
With the assistance of the custom fit night guard, your dentist will not only be able to help you protect your teeth from the damage caused by night teeth grinding and clenching, but you should also notice that you are getting a better night’s rest.
This should be a big benefit to your overall health, as well as your oral health, so give your dentist a call today and set an appointment to discuss how a dental night guard can help you.