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Night Guards

In case you often wake up with a tooth pain, a dull headache, or a sore jaw, you may want to inquire from a qualified dental expert if you may be suffering from a condition that is known as Bruxism. Teeth grinding or bruxism is a condition that affects between 10 and 15 percent of adults today, this is according to the ADA (American Dental Association).

Signs and Symptoms of Bruxism

In case you experience any of the symptoms below, then you may suffering from bruxism.

  • Swelling on your lower jaw side that is caused by clenching.
  • Long-lasting discomfort on your face.
  • Painful or tight jaw muscles.
  • A grinding sound while sleeping.
  • Rhythmic tightening of the jaw’s muscles.

There are a number of ways that you can use to ease bruxism effects. The use of night guards is one of the most recommend option. This particular appliance is normally worn while you are sleeping all through the night. It is available in a majority of pharmacies nationally without the need of a prescription.

The appliance is every simple to use. You will only need to boil it and then let it cool for several seconds. You will then gently bite into the appliance and shape it to your teeth. You can also get these type of night guards from any CKFarr dentist. The guards of this type usually tend to be higher in quality and fit much better, as they are built in a unique laboratory straight from your mouth impression that is taken by our dental experts. This is usually a more costly device when compared to the ones that you buy over the counter. However, they will be more comfortable and fit your perfectly well.

Irrespective of where you buy the night guard, its primary function is to stop your teeth surfaces from grinding together, causing you to crack and chip your teeth and stress the muscles in your jaw.