Impact Nightguards Custom Hard Night Guard 2mm -Upper

Product Description

Impact Nightguards Custom Hard Night Guard 2mm -Upper 

  • GET RELIEF FROM GRINDING : Custom fitted with our professional grade fast and easy to use impression kit , includes paid postage to dental lab.
  • HOW IT WORKS: Once we receive your order we™ll ship your Super Simple Fit Kit the next business day. With the kit in hand, you™ll make an impression of your teeth right at the kitchen table. It only takes about 2 1/2 minutes to complete. Follow the easy directions included with your kit. Once it™s done send your impression back to Impact using the postage paid label provided. Upon receipt of your impression, we™ll have one of our craftsman create your guard and send back the finished product.
  • DETAILS: 3mm thickness option for moderate( Most Popular) , 2mm for light grinding
  • A GREAT INVESTMENT! : A professional fit that will save you money in the long run. Long lasting superior material compared to store bought boil-and-bite guards.
  • 100% PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED: Finished product is BPA free, made in the USA, Over 15,000 mouthguards specially handcrafted





Types of mouth guards for teeth grinding

  • Common mouthguard: These protectors are ready for delivery and are sold in small, medium and large sizes. They are generally not made of very resistant material, so they usually deteriorate quickly and are soon replaced.  The prices of common mouthguards are very inviting. A disadvantage of these models is that they often do not fit well to the teeth and make a speech and breathing difficult, which can compromise oral health.
  • Tailored mouthguard: Although we are part of the same species, each person has a different dental arch. This interferes with the adaptation of the mouthguard to the patient. That is why there are custom-made protectors prepared by a dentist.  To make them, the professional in charge remove the mold from the patient’s teeth. Then, this mold serves as a base to receive the material that constitutes the protector. Being custom-made, these protectors fit more easily in the mouth and are extremely comfortable. However, because of this personalized process, they are more expensive.
  • Moldable mouthguard in hot water: Yes, that’s what you read. There are mouth guards that are shaped when heated in water. They are found on the market in a standard format. In order to adapt to the patient’s mouth, they are immersed in hot water, by the user. After that, just bite the protector to take the shape of the teeth. This type of protector is easily found in sporting goods stores. They have more advantages than ordinary protectors. But at the time of purchase, it is necessary to carefully check the instructions to prevent the protector from being applied incorrectly.

Choosing the Best mouthguards for teeth grinding

Comfortable fit: Most of the time, you will find the mouth guard to grind your teeth in the one-size-fits-all category. So it is important to consider a better option that can be a perfect fit for your teeth. If you don’t want to spend money on custom-made guards, then I think boiling and teeth-gnawing mouth protector is the perfect choice for you. They are available at reasonable prices and guarantee maximum comfort as well.

Construction: There are two categories of grinding mouth guard teeth, which are: single-walled and double-walled. As I said earlier, many people opt for the unique mouthguard walls. Since then, you are looking for a mouth guard to grind your teeth at night, I suggest you opt for the double-walled mouthguards. Because they protect the teeth at the top, as well as the lower jaw.

Durability: Once you have decided to use a mouth guard to grind your teeth, it is best that you get the value for money you spend on guarding your mouth. So, choose the best device that is durable for a night’s sleep. For better durability, go for the mouthguard to grind your teeth, which is made of soft plastic.

How to use mouthguards for teeth grinding?

  • Place the dental protector in the boiling water for approximately 5 seconds.
  • Place between the teeth and tighten the jaws for approximately 10 seconds.
  • Put the mouthguard in cold water for 20 seconds.
  • If it is not fully adapted and adjusted, we will repeat the procedure.
  • If the mouthguard is double, we must keep the small part of plastic throughout the procedure. We will remove it as soon as the mouthguard is fully adapted.