Some dental problems get worse at night. Whether your mouth hurts when you first roll out of bed, or you’re waking up repeatedly overnight, night guards can help protect your teeth, as well as ensuring you don’t accidentally obstruct your airway during sleep.
Learn more about what night guards can do for you.
Waking up with dental pain? You may be suffering from bruxism, a condition that causes you to grind your teeth at night. The pressure this puts on your teeth can lead to many problems, including:
When you visit our office, we’ll get an impression of your mouth and use it to create a comfortable oral appliance that fits around your teeth, protecting them.
Please note that night guards are not designed for athletic activity. If you’re looking for an oral appliance you can wear during sports, we recommend getting a mouth guard.
There are two different forms of sleep apnea:
While we can help address obstructive sleep apnea, central sleep apnea is caused by the signals your brain is sending to your muscles. You will need to visit a sleep specialist to address this condition.
You’ve come to the right place. At Morton Dental Center, we’re committed to ensuring that our patients’ dental needs are taken care of. Whether you have more questions you’d like to ask us or you’re ready to book an appointment, please do so via our contact page.