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Thread: Do you have a night guard

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    Super Member amandasgramma's Avatar
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    I have one, supposed to use it.....keep finding it on the nightstand in the mornings!!!!!

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    I use one off and on to control grinding teeth. It's great and I sleep better. My dentist made it for my lower teeth because it won't fall out :)

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    I thought I was the only one who grinds their teeth. I will have to talk to my dentist. If it's going to cost too much, I'll go the sports gear route. Thanks for having this conversation!

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    You can also get them at Walmart but they are about the same as the sports ones. I did find a clear one so formed it and it worked great.

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    It takes a bit, but you will get used to the guard. I had Invisaline (clear plastic) braces & after my teeth were straight, they said to wear the braces at nite. Did not like it at 1st, but now it's not an issue at all & my teeth are trained to not move.

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    I wear one for the same reason you need one (wearing inside upper teeth away) & also my jaw locks sometimes during the night. The night guard does work & you will adjust; give it time.

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    Yes, can hardly sleep without it now. When my Mom was dying and I was driving 2 hours back and forth to her hospital, my hygenist (sp) said to wear it in the car since I was under stress.

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    Wow, night was a great improvement. Only woke up 3-4 times. Really rarely used my tissue.Anyone notice the ads for night guards at the bottom of this page.

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