Mouth guards are given to patients to reduce the tooth damage that is common with teeth clenching or grinding during the night time hours. When this occurs, the person does not realize they are even doing it which means that they will have a hard time stopping it from happening.
You want to ensure that you do not grind your teeth since this can cause a wide assortment of dental problems that are hard to fix if the teeth get broken or go through other problems due to the clenching and grinding.
Mouth Guards are Saviors for Many
When the mouth goes under this trauma, it is important that the person seeks out the help of a dental professional.
This is because the mouth guard that they can give them is going to protect the teeth for the life of the teeth. Without the mouth guard, the person is going to continue to grind their teeth and may have a lot of dental damage because of it.
Mouth guards are fitted to the specific person's mouth so that they can slide them in the mouth while they sleep and not feel a difference in the way that they close and hold their mouths.
This is a good thing since you want to make sure that you have a comfortable jaw overall. Additionally, you need to ensure that you are protecting the overall outer shell of the teeth and this can be done with a mouth guard that is soft and placed on the outside of the teeth.
If you clench or grind your teeth at night, make sure to speak with a dental professional that can provide you with options. You want to make sure that your teeth are safe when it comes to grinding them at night and a mouth guard is exactly what is needed.
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About Us Dr. Michael Allard has been delivering outstanding care in oral and maxillofacial surgery here in Arizona since 2000. As an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Glendale, AZ, Dr. Allard manages a wide variety of problems relating to the mouth, teeth and facial regions.