Athletes of all ages wear mouth guards to protect their teeth from sports-related injury. Mouth guards can also help patients with nighttime bruxism save their teeth from painful damage. For mouth guards in Roseville, call our office today.
Whether you are a professional athlete or play school sports, you need a mouth guard to protect your teeth on the field. At Roseville Dental Center, we provide high-quality custom-fitted mouth guards for patients of all age. We also offer night guards for patients who suffer from nighttime bruxism.
Mouth guards are an essential piece of athletic equipment used to protect your teeth during contact sports and other physical activities. Common sports-related dental injuries include chipped or broken teeth, cuts on the lips and inside of the mouth, and knocked out teeth. Mouth guards are worn over your upper teeth to absorb the force from blows to the face, hard falls or contact with other athletes or equipment.
If you have braces or other orthodontic appliances, our dentist can recommend a special mouth guard to protect them. We may also recommend special mouth guards for patients with previous dental work such as crowns and bridges.
There are many options for commercially available mouth guards to choose from. Stock mouth guards are ready-to-wear equipment available at sporting good stores and department stores. Because they are pre-formed from a mold, stock guards are often bulky, uncomfortable, and can make breathing and speaking difficult.
For the best fit, our dentist recommends a custom-fitted mouth guard. Our mouth guards are made from durable, comfortable and high-quality materials to ensure the best protection. To receive your mouth guard, we will first take impressions of your teeth to make a personalized mold. We will then send this mold to a professional dental laboratory in order to create your mouth guard to fit your unique bite. Once your mouth guard is ready, you can return to the field or court in confidence.
For patients who suffer from nighttime bruxism (clenching or grinding your teeth during sleep), we offer night guards. Bruxism can wear down your teeth over time, causing them to chip or break. This condition can also cause jaw pain and headaches. Night guards are worn during sleep to save your teeth from unnecessary damage.
For mouth guards in Roseville, call our office at (916) 772-3847 today to schedule a consultation. We offer convenient weekend appointments and family scheduling to help athletes in Roseville perform with confidence!