Dental Guards & Appliances in Brampton
Dental Appliances Near You
Although we enjoy seeing you at our dental offices in Brampton for regular dental care, our dentists are also here to help you achieve great health at home. We offer custom dental devices designed to create a comfortable fit while protecting your teeth and mouth. If you are looking for a more effective solution for nighttime teeth grinding, sports protection, or ways to get a better night of sleep, ask our dentists about dental appliances that fit perfectly with your mouth and life.
Night guards are designed to protect the teeth, mouth, and jaw joints from nighttime teeth grinding, which is also known as bruxism. In addition to compromising your oral health, bruxism can lead to regular interruptions in sleep and ongoing pain, such as headaches, earaches, and joint pain. If you have noticed these symptoms and you want to sleep more soundly, talk to our dentists about professionally-made night guards.
Retainers are typically used as the final stage in an orthodontic treatment process, or to make small orthodontic changes in the mouth. A retainer does exactly what it sounds like; it helps your teeth “retain” their positions. Since retainers are typically worn throughout the day and night, it’s essential to get a comfortable fit and a retainer that stands up to wear and tear. If you are completing orthodontic treatment and need a custom retainer, our dental professionals can help!
Sports Mouth Guards
Not all sports mouth guards are made the same, and if you have ever used a stock or “boil and bite” mouth guard, you have likely wondered if there is a better solution. Dentist-made sports mouth guards are designed for athletes of all ages and skill levels, and they are designed to be thin, non-obtrusive, and comfortable. They also offer superior protection for your mouth, head, and neck.
Snoring Devices & Sleep Apnea Devices
Snoring and sleep apnea are conditions that cause nighttime disturbances during sleep. Snoring is a less serious condition that causes the soft palate of the mouth to relax and vibrate, causing a loud noise that can wake a sleeper multiple times throughout the night. Sleep apnea occurs when a sufferer stops breathing multiple times throughout the night due to depressurization of the air passages. In both cases, dental appliances can be custom designed to relieve symptoms and improve nighttime airflow.
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We believe that the best care we can offer is preventative, cooperative, and consistent. We hope to see you and your family on a regular basis so we can keep treatments to a minimum. Book your next dental exam and dental hygiene appointment today!