What can I use instead of a mouth guard for grinding teeth?
3 Mouth Guard Alternatives for Bruxism
- Occlusal Splints. One of the more similar treatments to a mouth guard is an occlusal splint.
- Botox Treatments. Much of the time, bruxism occurs because of tense jaw muscles and has nothing to do with the teeth themselves.
Can a mouth guard mess up your bite?
An ill-fitting night guard can actually adverse effects on your oral health by causing a change in your bite that will cause pain in your jaw. We always advise if you’re considering purchasing one to come see us and discuss it first!
How to get a mouth guard in Singapore?
At The Dental Studio Singapore, we provide custom-made mouth guards for adults and children. It typically takes two appointments to receive a night guard or sports guard. During the initial visit, our specialist creates an impression of the teeth, together with a bite record.
Can a Brux night guard be worn on the bottom teeth?
The BRUX NIGHT GUARD can be worn on the TOP or BOTTOM teeth and is re-moldable at any time. It’s made with two different materials offering maximum comfort and durability – it’s not too hard on the outside and not too soft on the inside. Why Choose the Brux Night Guard? Bruxism is the medical term for clenching or grinding teeth.
When to wear a mouth guard for sports?
Mouth guards are protective coverings worn over your teeth to protect them from injury during teeth grinding or clenching when you sleep, and during sports. A mouthguard should be customised to prevent tooth damage. Many individuals are unaware that they grind or clench their teeth at night, but a lot of damage can occur.
Can a gel nano mouthguard be self fit?
The Gel Nano Mouthguard is fully equipped with our inventive gel-fit liner. The gel liner has been designed to take a self-fit custom impression of your teeth upon purchase to ensure security and comfort throughout the guards lifespan.