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Mouth Guards

Mouth guards are a solution for people who brux and grind their teeth. When teeth and jaws are in an awkward position, the teeth become worn, broken or move in different positions. Though time, pain, loose and short teeth can develop. Mouth guards alleviate pain, protect teeth and prevent further destruction of healthy teeth. They are custom made and usually worn during the night.

Sports Mouthguards

Sports mouthguards are designed for both professional and amateur athletes to offer the highest level of protection during sports activity. When worn properly, they prevent dental trauma, such as fractured teeth, worn teeth or concussions. They are also indicated for patients with an orthodontic situation, such as braces, who must wear a mouthguard for preventive measures. They are custom made and have a superior fit compared to boil-and-bite mouthguards. Sports mouthguards can be customized with stickers and team logos and are available in a variety of colors to fit the personality of every star athlete.


Silent Night is a solution for snoring and for a more restful night’s sleep, not only the the person who snore, but for those who have to live with the snorer. This affordable device is flexible, thin and comfortable, and it exhibits documented clinical success in mitigating or even preventing the disruptive, unhealthy effects of snoring and sleep apnea. These mouth guards positions the lower jaw forward using special S-shaped connectors that are attached to upper and lower trays. These trays are comprised of a soft inner layer with a hard outer layer that is durable and BPA-free.

Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea is a condition where the airways are constricted or collapsed. This causes snoring, unrestful sleep, and small amounts of oxygen getting to the brain. Most patients that have sleep apnea go through numerous test where they do sleep studies and wear a CPAP to correct the problem. If these methods are not working we are able to customize a removable oral appliance for the noninvasive treatment of snoring and sleep apnea. The appliance is designed to both advance the mandible and open the bite to allow for less restricted airflow during sleep. These oral appliances are designed to keep the airway open to allow for air to pass by holding the lower jaw in a forward position, and maintaining a clear airway to reduce snoring and improve breathing. This oral appliance helps promote a deeper, more restful sleep by preventing snoring and relieving the symptoms of sleep apnea.