Dentist Recommended Night Guard
- Custom Comfort Fit in a matter of minutes
- Allows for the natural flow of air and saliva
- BPA-Latex-Phthalate-PVC free
- Economical Alternative to a Custom Made Dental Guard
- Made in the USA
Dentists often recommend wearing a nightguard for bruxism when they see noticeably worn or chipped teeth, or worn fillings. As a patient, you may not even be aware that you are grinding your teeth and you may not have any symptoms associated with grinding your teeth at night.
Oftentimes, a dentist will start with an over-the-counter night guard. Custom made night guards are very expensive and are often bulky and uncomfortable. There are many OTC night grinding guards to choose from, it is most important to find a comfortable effective solution.
When you find one that works, bring it with you to your semi-annual dental visit and show it to the dentist. Your dentist can check your fit and discern if the nightguard exhibits evidence of bruxism. If that is the case, then you have been grinding and you should continue to use it. If the grinding is severe, you may need to upgrade to the custom made dental guard.