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Night Guards Have you woken up from headaches? TMJ hurting? Grinding your teeth? Clenching your jaw? A night guard may be the best option for you to alleviate pain. Night guards can be made from different materials such as hard acrylic plastic or thermoflex plastic to suit your needs and comfort. Sports guards Sports guards are customized mouth guards that can be made into different colours. These guards should be worn while playing sports to protect your teeth. Sports guard should be worn by people who contact and non contact sports to ensure maximum protection for their teeth. MOUTH GUARDS & CLEANING Cleaning: Clean the mouth guard before and after every use with a toothbrush and toothpaste. This eliminates existing bacteria and makes the appliance feel clean and fresh. Rinsing: Periodically, the mouth guard needs to be cleaned and rinsed with soap and lukewarm water to thoroughly eliminate any debris. Storage: The best way to protect the mouth guard from harm is to keep it in a firm case when not in use. The case protects it and keeps it from getting lost or broken. Replacement: Mouth guards eventually need to be replaced after wear and tear diminishes its ability to protect teeth. It is important to carefully monitor the condition of the device and ask your dentist about the ideal time to obtain a new appliance.

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Night Guards Have you woken up from headaches? TMJ hurting? Grinding your teeth? Clenching your jaw? A night guard may be the best option for you to alleviate pain. Night guards can be made from different materials such as hard acrylic plastic or thermoflex plastic to suit your needs and comfort. Sports guards Sports guards are customized mouth guards that can be made into different colours. These guards should be worn while playing sports to protect your teeth. Sports guard should be worn by people who contact and non contact sports to ensure maximum protection for their teeth. MOUTH GUARDS & CLEANING Cleaning: Clean the mouth guard before and after every use with a toothbrush and toothpaste. This eliminates existing bacteria and makes the appliance feel clean and fresh. Rinsing: Periodically, the mouth guard needs to be cleaned and rinsed with soap and lukewarm water to thoroughly eliminate any debris. Storage: The best way to protect the mouth guard from harm is to keep it in a firm case when not in use. The case protects it and keeps it from getting lost or broken. Replacement: Mouth guards eventually need to be replaced after wear and tear diminishes its ability to protect teeth. It is important to carefully monitor the condition of the device and ask your dentist about the ideal time to obtain a new appliance.
Night Guards Have you woken up from headaches? TMJ hurting? Grinding your teeth? Clenching your jaw? A night guard may be the best option for you to alleviate pain. Night guards can be made from different materials such as hard acrylic plastic or thermoflex plastic to suit your needs and comfort. Sports guards Sports guards are customized mouth guards that can be made into different colours. These guards should be worn while playing sports to protect your teeth. Sports guard should be worn by people who contact and non contact sports to ensure maximum protection for their teeth. MOUTH GUARDS & CLEANING Cleaning: Clean the mouth guard before and after every use with a toothbrush and toothpaste. This eliminates existing bacteria and makes the appliance feel clean and fresh. Rinsing: Periodically, the mouth guard needs to be cleaned and rinsed with soap and lukewarm water to thoroughly eliminate any debris. Storage: The best way to protect the mouth guard from harm is to keep it in a firm case when not in use. The case protects it and keeps it from getting lost or broken. Replacement: Mouth guards eventually need to be replaced after wear and tear diminishes its ability to protect teeth. It is important to carefully monitor the condition of the device and ask your dentist about the ideal time to obtain a new appliance.