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Opaque white plastic mouthguard on a white background at Sola Smile Co. in Austin, TXA night mouth guard is worn by those who clench and grind their teeth at night. This is referred to as bruxism. It harms your teeth, which makes it a bothersome and uncomfortable condition. The most unpleasant thing about bruxism is that it is no cure; the only way to stop it is to wear a night mouth guard. Do you grind or clench your teeth at night? Visit Sola Smile Co. to obtain the best night guard for you.

Advantages of Night Mouth Guards

Night mouth guards help to prevent your teeth from being damaged. It's important to remember that night mouth guards differ from sports mouth guards. A night mouth guard lessens teeth clenching and grinding, while a sports mouth guard safeguards your teeth and gums from harm. Sports mouth guards should not be used at night as they prevent saliva from getting into the gums and keep bacteria on the gum surface. Saliva is necessary because it protects teeth from cavities by neutralizing acids in the mouth. Additionally, saliva cleans the mouth of all food particles, preventing plaque accumulation.

Saliva enters the gums and teeth through perforations found in most night mouth guards. It is crucial to speak with your dentist before buying a night mouth guard so they can recommend the best one for protecting your teeth. Night mouth guards can help prevent recurring headaches. This is due to the fact that the most frequent symptom of bruxism is an intense headache brought on by tensed neck, shoulder, jaw, and lip muscles. A custom-made night mouth guard can help prevent recurrent headaches brought on by bruxism.

Types of Night Mouthguards

Night mouth guards come in three varieties: custom-made, hard night guards, and over-the-counter night guards. Custom-made night guards are the most prevalent guards since they offer a personalized option. After taking impressions of your teeth, these night guards are manufactured in the dental laboratory. Dentists use high-quality materials and cutting-edge production techniques to produce these night mouth guards. As a result, these guards are more dependable, long-lasting, comfortable, and adaptable.

Over-the-counter mouth guards are available in stores and are made to suit every mouth. They come in many shapes and sizes, such as boil-and-bite night guards that you may make soft with hot water for a secure fit. A night mouth guard should not be used for a longer period because doing so can cause your bite to change.

Hard night guards are appropriate for persons who severely clench and grind their teeth and those who have TMJ issues because they help treat these conditions. By preventing teeth from slipping, hard night guards also assist in easing stress in your jaw muscles. The acrylic materials used in the construction of hard night mouth guards make them strong and long-lasting.

How to Choose the Best Night Mouth Guard

Preventing teeth clenching and grinding is the primary purpose of your night mouth guard. Ensure you have a well fitting night mouth guard because an uncomfortable one can harm you, and you won't want to wear it. Also, your oral health will determine the kind of night mouth guard that is ideal for you. The custom-fitted night guards are the most recommended since they give you a snug fit as they are explicitly made using an impression from your teeth.

Sola Smile Co. can customize an ideal night guard for you. Give our team a call today at 512-615-9405.
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