Nightguards in Millwoods, Southeast Edmonton

A nightguard, is a removable oral appliance which covers your top teeth and creates a barrier between your top and bottom jaws. There are several types of night guards; stock night guards, boil-and-bite night guards, and custom nightguards. Custom-made nightguards are the most effective as they are made specifically for your mouth. Our dentist recommends nightguards to patients who have sleep bruxism or grind their teeth. Teeth grinding causes many dental issues, including enamel erosion, fractures, chips, TMJ disorders, and premature wear and tear. Symptoms of teeth grinding include headaches, earaches, increased tooth sensitivity, pain eating, and jaw pain. A nightguard can alleviate the pressures caused by teeth grinding.

Benefits of Nightguards

We offer nightguards in Mill Woods to give you the well-rested night’s sleep you deserve. Our patients benefit from nightguards by:

  • Protecting their teeth – having a barrier between their teeth protects their teeth from enamel loss, filling loss, and ultimately breaking their tooth.
  • Reduces headaches.
  • Create healthy sleeping patterns.
  • Reduces snoring.
  • Minimizes jaw pain and tension.
  • It saves you money in the long run! By minimizing your teeth grinding, you reduce the risk of damaging your teeth and having to undergo dental procedures!

If you grind your teeth, do not hesitate to contact our dental office. Protecting your teeth, overall health, and jaw can be as simple as wearing a nightguard. Since they are made custom to you, they will fit comfortably in your mouth. Schedule an appointment to get custom-fit nightguards in Edmonton and sleep soundly without pain today!

How Night Guards are Made

When receiving nightguards in Mill Woods, they are custom made to cater to your oral health needs. Your dentist will take an impression of your top and bottom teeth, which will then be sent off to our dental lab. Your nightguard will be fabricated to fit snugly over your top teeth while you sleep and reposition your lower jaw to a comfortable position.

How to Care For You Night Guard

  • Clean your night guard with cold water and a toothbrush before and after each use.
  • Place your night guard in the case that is provided to you by our dentist to prevent damage.
  • Avoid keeping your night guard in direct sunlight or warm water to avoid distortion and to shape.
  • If your night guard shows signs of wear and tear or even holes, contact your dentist to have it examined.
  • Bring your night guard with you to every dental visit.