To prevent T.M.J disease
Have you noticed your jaw producing a clicking sound whenever you eat or move your mouth? Do you grind or clench your teeth when you sleep? If so, a nightguard should be part of your nighttime accessories.
The dental appliance consists of soft or hard plastic, resembling a retainer. Its role is to absorb most of the pressure you exert on your teeth when clenching or grinding to prevent damage like chipping or cracking enamel. Wearing one when going to sleep also reduces stress on the muscles, keeping your jaws relaxed all through. Over time, the biting surfaces start to wear off as they endure the excess pressure. That proves the effectiveness of the guard and its ability to keep your teeth in perfect shape.
The formation of the night guard depends on the teeth pattern of every individual. That is why getting a night guard perfectly moulded for your teeth is crucial – it reduces unnecessary bulkiness or discomfort. However, getting to the root cause of the issue is also critical. That is why you should see a professional instead of using over-the-counter night guards.
The team at Denwest Dental Clinic can help you figure out if you have a temporomandibular joint disorder or any other issue that could be harmful to your overall health in the long run.
We also ensure you get the correct night guard for the condition of your teeth. One of our objectives is to keep oral problems at bay while improving our patients’ smiles. Our night guards will give you quality sleep, protect your enamel, and improve your overall lifestyle.
Do not shy away from contacting us even if you are not sure you need a nightguard. Our professionals will assess your teeth and discuss the correct treatment or management options for the situation
Woodbridge Family Dental Clinic at Heart Of City of Vaughan
Mon-Fri: 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
Sat: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Sun: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
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