Mouth Guard for Grinding Teeth

Professionally Made, Custom Mouth Guards for Teeth Grinding- Order Online with Free Shipping & 110% Money Back Guarantee

So, you know that you grind your teeth at night and you don't want to cause long term damage to your teeth. However, your dentist wants to you pay an arm and a leg for a custom made mouth guard, and it's often not covered by insurance. 

Well, did you know what most dentists don't actually make custom mouth guards?  They use a professional dental lab.  At ProTeethGuard.com, we offer professionally made, custom mouth guards for teeth grinding directly from the source: a professional dental lab dentist use.

We are operated by a dental lab located in San Diego County, California.  Our dental lab currently makes mouth guards as well as dentures and other dental appliances for local dentists, and we use the same professional materials and processes for our customers at ProTeethGuard.com.

Why You Save on Your Custom Mouth Guard for Teeth Grinding When You Order Online:

Dentist usually order custom mouth guards from a dental lab and charge you a  200% or 300% markup when they sell it to you.  By ordering from ProTeethGuard.com, you go directly to the source: a professional dental lab dentists use.  You get the same professional quality mouth guard, at a fraction of the price.

How It Works: Simple 1-2-3 Ordering Process

  1. OrderPlace your order online or over the phone, and you will receive an easy to use at-home impression kit in the mail.
  2. MailTake impressions of your teeth using the plastic trays and putty, and mail them back to us using the prepaid, pre-addressed envelope we provide in your kit.
  3. ReceiveAfter 6-10 days of construction, your custom-fit night guard will be on its way back to you!

Based on your teeth impressions, the dental technicians at our professional dental lab will custom-fit a mouth guard for teeth grinding just for you.

Why Do I Need Treatment for Teeth Grinding?

The technical term for teeth grinding is bruxism. Bruxism is defined as to the grinding or clenching of the teeth that serves no function, meaning it is not associated with chewing or eating. It is considered ‘parafunctional’ because it is not the intended use of that body part, like nail biting. It is characterised by rhythmic, repetitive, and involuntary activity of masticatory muscles. Teeth grinding and clenching often occur at night, while the sufferer is sleeping; therefore, he or she is not aware of the problem and often doesn't seek a diagnosis for the symptoms they may be experiencing. Common symptoms of teeth grinding include waking up with a headache, the feeling of tenderness or pain in the jaw, unexplained damage to teeth, earaches or soreness when chewing and swallowing. If you’re experiencing any of these tell-tale signs, then you may be suffering from teeth grinding. In addition, your partner may complain of clicking or chattering noises that you make when you sleep.

Grinding and clenching during sleep can generate forces in excess of 200 pounds. It is said that some people who suffer from bruxism, grind their teeth between two and four times an hour. If untreated, teeth grinding can result in permanent tooth and oral damage that requires surgery or other expensive treatments. Teeth grinding wears down on the protective enamel of the teeth, fatigues the jaw joints and can cause serious misalignment. The damage that teeth grinding can do your mouth puts sufferers at risk of tooth decay, oral infections, gum disease, periodontal disease, cracked teeth and tooth loss.

While reducing stress or home remedies may be effective treatments for minor cases of teeth grinding, most people who suffer from habitual teeth grinding require professional solutions to prevent serious, long-term damage. While it can be difficult to find a way to completely stop grinding your teeth, there are ways to prevent the damage that you inflict on your teeth.

Why Is A Custom Mouth Guard The Best Solution For Teeth Grinding?

A mouthguard offers a protective barrier for your teeth to help halt any further damage. They also provide cushioning for your jaw muscles which receive the brunt of the pressure when you clench or grind your teeth. This will stop you from experiencing jaw pain in the morning or throughout the day, as well as any lasting joint problems in that area. Having a mouthguard can also help to counter the physical movement of grinding and so reduce how often a sufferer grinds or clenches their teeth in the night.

There are three different kinds of mouth guards for grinding teeth:

  1. The cheapest option is the out-of-the-box mouthguard. These come ready-to-wear; however, there is no way to adjust their fit. As a result, they’re bulky, hard and uncomfortable. While they may help protect your teeth from impact when you’re playing sport they offer limited protection against teeth grinding due to the poor fit. Usually, they are too stiff and uncomfortable to wear to bed and they can make breathing difficult. As a result, they are not much help for nighttime bruxism.
  2. The slightly better solution is the boil-and-bite mouthguard. These mouthguards can be softened by hot water and then molded around the teeth. While these boil-and-bite mouthguards offer a better fit than the out-of-the-box night guards, they’re still uncomfortable and bulky.
  3. Custom-fitted dental mouthguards for teeth grinding offer the most comfort and the best protection. Each mouthguard is individually made-to-fit based on an impression of the client’s teeth. The mouthguard fits perfectly over the upper teeth and provides a protective barrier between the teeth when they're in occlusion. One of the great benefits of these mouthguards is that, not only are they designed to fit the contours of your mouth, they also allow for easy speech and normal breathing while being worn. You can pick the firmness of your sleeping mouthguard based on whether you clench or grind your teeth and the severity at which you do this. Severe grinders or ‘bruxers’ should invest in a hard night mouthguard because they offer more durability.

Why Purchase from ProTeethGuard.com?

You will be buying a custom made mouth guard from the exact same professional dental lab dentists use.  Our dental lab has been servicing dentists for over 10 years and we’ve delivered thousands of perfectly fitted mouth guards, dentures, and other dental appliances to dentists in the San Diego area. That’s why we have a 110% Money Back Guarantee: because we’re confident we can satisfy our customers.

Make your purchase now and receive FREE shipping.  Every purchase includes the following:

  • An impression kit with detailed, simple to follow instructions
  • All inclusive shipping and handling
  • Custom made Pro Teeth Night Guard for teeth grinding

P.S.: We're committed to your complete comfort and satisfaction.  All purchases are covered by our 110% Money Back Guarantee, so you can be confident when you make the purchase.

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