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Night Guards and Mouth Guards are custom-fitted oral appliances designed to shield your teeth from grinding (bruxism) and clenching during sleep. While Night Guards primarily offer nocturnal protection, Mouth Guards can also be used during the day, especially in sports activities, to prevent dental injuries.
These guards act as a protective barrier, reducing stress and wear on your teeth and jaw. They mitigate the risk of chipped or broken teeth, safeguarding your enamel from erosion due to grinding and clenching, and aid in preventing Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) disorders.
Yes, those with braces can certainly use mouth guards. In fact, it’s highly advised, especially for individuals who are involved in activities that might pose a risk to the mouth. A mouth guard not only protects your teeth but can also shield the braces themselves from any unforeseen damage. It’s of paramount importance, though, to opt for a mouth guard that’s explicitly designed to be compatible with braces. A custom-fitted guard, crafted by dental experts, will typically offer optimal fit and protection.
Night guards act as a barrier, preventing the upper and lower teeth from direct contact, and thus shielding them from the effects of grinding or clenching. Over time, due to the consistent pressure, a night guard might wear out. Generally, a night guard can last anywhere from 1-5 years. This duration is, however, contingent on factors like the severity of grinding and the material’s inherent quality. It’s vital to periodically inspect the night guard for signs of wear or potential damage. Also, during your routine dental visits, your dentist can assess the state of your night guard.
Absolutely. Though both are crafted from robust materials, they are tailored for their specific uses. Sports mouth guards are inherently thicker, designed to effectively absorb shocks from external forces, such as a sudden impact during a sporting event. Their main objective is to protect the teeth, gums, and sometimes the jaw from trauma. Night guards, in contrast, prioritize comfort to ensure users experience undisturbed sleep. They might be slightly thinner but are sufficiently sturdy to counteract the forces generated by nocturnal grinding and clenching.