Guildford Village Dental

Dental Guards & Appliances

Dental Services

Guards & Appliances

Sometimes your oral health requires additional at-home treatments and gear. Dental appliances provide a range of options to better fit and protect your teeth. Whether you need mouth protection for your physical activities while you sleep or to keep your bite aligned, our dentists can fit you for the right appliances. 

 

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Night Guards

Do you grind your teeth at night or clench your teeth? A dental night guard can protect your teeth by providing a barrier layer between your teeth that also serves to prevent clenching. Each night guard is fitted to your unique bite and mouth shape for a comfortable fit. Ask our dentists if a dental-grade night guard is right for you.

Retainers

Do you grind your teeth at night or clench your teeth? A dental night guard can protect your teeth by providing a barrier layer between your teeth that also serves to prevent clenching. Each night guard is fitted to your unique bite and mouth shape for a comfortable fit. Ask our dentists if a dental-grade night guard is right for you.

woman in dentist chair
woman in dentist chair

Sports Mouth Guards

Dental-grade sports mouth guards provide superior protection and comfort for your teeth and gums. A mouth guard is perfect for high impact and active sports, making a mouth guard an essential piece of sports equipment. You’ll be fitted for a custom mouth guard that will last longer than the over-the-counter varieties. 

Snoring & Sleep Apnea

Sleep is essential for our health and well-being, and disruptions to our sleep cycles can significantly impact our bodies. Snoring and sleep apnea are two common sleep disrupters that dental devices can help mediate to provide a better rest for you and your loved ones. If you snore or have sleep disruptions, ask our dentists whether a dental device is right for you.

woman in dentist chair
woman in dentist chair

TMD/TMJ Devices

TMD or temporomandibular disorders affect the jaw, face, head, and neck due to tight clenching of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Talk to our dentists about treatment if you or someone in your family experiences TMD and needs support. Dental-issued devices can help to alleviate the effects of TMD while you sleep.

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