Bayview Village Dental

Dental Guards & Dental Appliances

Dental Guards & Dental Appliances

Dental appliances and oral devices are designed to provide excellent protection in a comfortable and unobtrusive way. Our dental team works closely with a professional dental lab to ensure that you receive the most up-to-date materials and techniques for a perfect fit. Whether you need to breathe more easily at night, maintain straight teeth, or protect your teeth from impact and pressure, we have great dentist-designed options for you and your family.

Night Guards

Grinding and clenching of the teeth during the night is a condition known as bruxism. It occurs for many reasons, some of which are preventable. However, for those who aren’t able to resolve grinding and clenching, a night guard offers a reliable option to protect the teeth, jaw, and head from short and long-term damage. A custom-designed night guard provides solid protection but without the bulkiness of an over-the-counter night guard.

Retainers

Maintaining your newly straightened teeth after orthodontic treatment is easy to accomplish when you have a well-fitted retainer. Our retainers are made of durable material that is easy to clean and doesn’t break down, even with constant (and inevitable) wear and tear. We have a variety of options designed to help you get the most out of the effort and cost of orthodontic treatments.

Sports Mouth Guards

Athletes of many ages and abilities wear sports mouth guards to protect their teeth, jaws, and heads from impacts that are often unavoidable in sports. From downhill skiing to football and every sport between, a mouth guard minimizes the impact of falls and injuries. A high-quality night guard can protect athletes from long-term injuries and lengthy recovery periods that can get in the way of the game.

Snoring Devices & Sleep Apnea Devices

Sleep is essential for our health and wellbeing, and when a condition stands in the way, we often look for any solution. Many people don’t think to ask their dentists about oral devices for snoring and sleep apnea, but we have plenty of options available to assist. If you or your partner is worried about your at-night breathing habits, ask us about how we can help you breathe easier and get a full and restorative night of rest.

TMD/TMJ Treatments

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) of the jaw is highly complex, and when it is negatively impacted by injuries, stress, or pressure, it can cause pain, stiffness, headaches, earaches, and difficulty opening and closing the mouth. This can lead to TMD (a group of conditions known as temporomandibular disorder). TMD can typically be resolved using night guards or stabilization splints (also known as bite splints or bite guards).

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