Night guards protect teeth from grinding and clenching, reducing dental issues and promoting comfort during sleep.

What are Night Guards?

Night guards, also known as occlusal splints, are dental appliances designed to protect teeth and jaw muscles from the effects of teeth grinding or clenching, medically termed bruxism.

Bruxism, which often occurs during sleep, can lead to dental issues like tooth wear, fractures, and jaw pain. Night guards act as a protective barrier, preventing teeth from grinding against each other and reducing muscle tension.

These custom-fitted devices are made from durable materials, ensuring comfort and optimal function. Night guards also help alleviate headaches and discomfort associated with bruxism. If you experience teeth grinding or jaw clenching, night guards might be the right choice for you.

Regular dental check-ups and proper care of the night guard contribute to its effectiveness and prolong its lifespan, safeguarding your oral health and overall well-being.

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Dental Implants



Dental implants are titanium posts surgically placed into the jawbone, serving as artificial tooth roots. These biocompatible implants fuse with the bone over time through a process called osseointegration, providing a stable and secure foundation for prosthetic teeth. The placement of dental implants involves a meticulous procedure that is performed under local anesthesia. Following the healing period, custom-designed dental crowns, bridges, or dentures are attached to the implants, seamlessly restoring your smile's aesthetics and functionality.