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Patients with bruxism, commonly known as teeth grinding, are prescribed night guards, also known as dental guards. When you grind your teeth while sleeping, you clench your jaw and move it so that the upper and lower teeth rub against one other. Visit Bragg Creek Dental to safeguard your teeth from the effects of grinding. We serve clients from Bragg Creek. By reestablishing natural space between your upper and lower teeth and creating a defence barrier, our night guards help protect your teeth from damage caused by grinding or clenching your jaw. To stop grinding your teeth at night, contact us today!

Night Guards for Teeth Grinding in Bragg Creek

The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Bruxism Dental Night Guard

Some of the benefits and drawbacks of using a dental night guard to avoid teeth clenching throughout the night are listed below.

  • It safeguards the teeth from damage: A dental night guard protects the teeth from injury by softening the impact of clenching while sleeping. This cushion barrier protects teeth from being chipped or worn down.

  • It aids in preventing jaw discomfort and headaches: Because clenching one's teeth at night puts a lot of strain on the jaw, many people who clench their teeth feel varying degrees of jaw discomfort. A night guard helps to relieve discomfort and pain.

  • It promotes a restful night's sleep: Many people who clench their teeth wake themselves and have difficulty sleeping as a result. Wearing a night guard helps you sleep better at night.

  • The guard takes some time to get accustomed to: It might take a few weeks for patients to become used to wearing a night guard. It is suggested that you put it in your mouth around 10 minutes before going to bed.

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Contact Us to Protect Your Teeth from Bruxism

Are you ready to see if a night guard is right for you? Teeth clenching can damage your teeth and, as a result, your overall oral health. If you'd like to learn more about how a dental night guard might benefit you, please call us right away so we can set up a consultation appointment immediately.

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At Bragg Creek Dental, we provide night guards to protect your teeth from grinding damage.

Stop Teeth Grinding with Night Guards

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