Snoring Mouth Guards
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Don't let snoring keep you awake at night - help is at hand with this range of night time dental mouth guards which will both protect your teeth while also helping those who clench their teeth at night (also known as bruxism). These occlusal splints will once again allow you to get a good nights sleep!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Snoring Mouth Guard and how does it help reduce snoring?

A snoring mouth guard is a dental device designed to keep the airways open during sleep, thereby reducing or eliminating snoring. It works by gently advancing the lower jaw or lifting the soft palate, creating more space in the airway, which reduces air resistance and vibration as you breathe. This not only helps minimize snoring but can also improve the quality of sleep for both the snorer and their partner.

Are there any potential side effects or risks associated with using a snoring mouth guard?

While snoring mouth guards are generally safe for most people, some users may experience minor side effects, especially when first starting to use the device. It's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions for use and consult with a dental professional to ensure the mouth guard fits correctly and to address any ongoing discomfort or potential oral health concerns. Regular check-ups can help mitigate these risks and ensure that any adjustments needed are made promptly.

How do I care for my Snoring Mouth Guard to ensure it lasts?

Proper care is crucial to maintaining the effectiveness and longevity of your snoring mouth guard. After each use, rinse it with cool water and brush it with a soft-bristled toothbrush and non-abrasive toothpaste or soap. Let it air dry completely before storing it in a dry, ventilated case to prevent bacterial growth.

Avoid using hot water, which can deform the material. Regularly check the mouth guard for signs of wear and tear, and replace it as recommended by the manufacturer or your dental professional.