SleepRight Dura-Comfort Dental Guard Mouth Guard To Prevent Teeth Grinding

Product Description

SleepRight Dura-Comfort Dental Guard Mouth Guard To Prevent Teeth Grinding 

  • Prevents Damaged to Teeth Caused by Grinding and Clenching
  • STRONGER THAN COMPETITION. A mouth guard to stop teeth grinding has to be strong. These SleepRight Select dental guards have a bite pad tensile strength designed to last longer than a leading competitor and flex slightly to match the individual bite angle. These SleepRight Select dental guards have a 9,100 psi bite pad tensile strength and fully articulate to match the bite angle.
  • SAFE TO USE. SleepRight Dental Guards have the best FDA safety record in their class with no FDA adverse events in 21 years. They are non-leaching and non-toxic with no BPA, latex, silicone, or phthalate.
  • FOUR POSITIONS. SleepRight Dura-Comfort Dental Guards™ bite pads are designed to adjust forward and backward into four positions for a custom fit.
  • Free of BPA and Latex





Type of mouthguards for teeth grinding

  • Tailored mouthguards: This type of mouthguard is the most suitable. Because it is made in the laboratory or at the dentist’s office, the piece has the ideal size and shape for your mouth, adjusting to the shape of your teeth perfectly. It is the one that best protects your mouth, and its use is exceptionally comfortable. It is no wonder that this is the preferred type of mouth guard for athletes and fighters. Tailored mouthguards are also indicated when the dentist diagnoses the patient with bruxism, a name given to the habit of clenching or grinding your teeth at night. This habit is very harmful to health and can cause dental and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems. This type of protector is also called a dental protector, bite plate, or night protector.
  • Mouthguards that are moldable in hot water:  The second type of mouthguard offers more excellent protection than standard protectors, but it is nowhere near custom-made. It works as follows: after being submerged in boiling water, the material is malleable, so that when you put it in your mouth, you can mold the protector to be closer to the shape of your teeth. This type of mouthguard is easily found in sporting goods stores.
  • Mouthguards with standard mold:  This type of protector is the most common – and the cheapest – among the protectors found on the market. As it is not malleable, it needs to adapt to the most different types of mouth and, therefore, it will always be a little wide, since it will not fit perfectly to the fit of your teeth. It is sold in three sizes: small, medium, and large. It is the mouthguard that least protects your mouth from impacts. However, it is better to use it than not to use anything.

Choosing the Best mouthguards for teeth grinding

  • Brand – As with all sports equipment, there are trusted brands. Some brands like Under Armor are well known in the world of contact sports, so we know their mouthguards are of good quality. We check the background of all brands included to make sure they know what they’re doing.
  • Quality – When it comes to protecting your body in contact sports, quality is paramount. You should know that your protection is going to do its job. Otherwise, there is no point in using it. These products are all high-quality mouthguards that will protect your teeth in the event of a collision.
  • Reviews – We review two types of studies when we choose the best products. First, we look at customer feedback on retail sites like Amazon. It’s a great way to find out how customers react to the product and, therefore, how you will too. Then we scour the Internet for professional product reviews. It allows us to get expert advice and learn about any details we may have missed.
  • Price – We understand that people have different budgets when it comes to protecting sports. So we tried to include a range of mouthguards at different It prices, without compromising the quality of the protection.

How to use mouthguards for teeth grinding?

  • Cover all upper teeth and palate (4 to 6mm).
  • It must not interfere with the free functional space.
  • It would be best if you did not traumatize the mucosa, and therefore, all angles should be rounded and the ends wedge-shaped for greater comfort.
  • Aesthetics should be acceptable and should not be overlooked.
  • In patients with dental absences, occlusal vinyl edges can be made on the protector to replace the teeth. Some precautions must be followed for better conservation of the mouth guard.
  • Cleaning should be done with toothpaste and brush immediately after use.
  • They must be kept dry in a perforated storage box.
  • Do not leave the protectors in contact with the sun to avoid drying out.
  • Do not grind your teeth against the protector, as this decreases its durability.
  • Remember that the protector is individual and is not recommended to be loaned.