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What Are Mouth Guards?

Mouthguards are tools used to shield your teeth from injury while playing sports or grinding or clenching your teeth when sleeping. Additionally, they can assist in snore reduction and obstructive sleep apnea relief.

A good mouth guard should not interfere with your speech or breathing and should be sturdy, easy to clean, and resistant to tearing.
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Brittany J.
Coolest experience of my life from front to back. They have a Nespresso machine at the front, it smells like a hotel, I got a weighted blanket and I watched my favourite netflix show during my entire appointment. I’ll definitely be coming back!
Avneet P.
I've had the pleasure of being a patient at Dr. Fairbloom's office for a little over 2 years now and have nothing but great things to say. Their entire team from front desk to back are phenomenal! The entire staff including both Dr.Sam and Dr.Joe are so knowledgeable and truly care about their patients. It's nice to know that I'm in great hands and will forever be a patient. Thank you everyone for always going above and beyond, greatly appreciated!
Roxy F.
I had a wonderful experience! From the reception staff to the doctor, everyone was so friendly and made me feel comfortable during my appointment. Dr. Schlesinger took the time to walk me through the entire Invisalign process. Would highly recommend!
Matthew F.
I have been coming here for many years. The team here always takes great care of me. Everything is professional and clean. I wouldn't go anywhere else.
Paranjot R.
Great experience. Such a well organized and friendly office with amazing services. Dr.Sam and his team are absolutely amazing! I felt extremely comfortable, welcomed, and relaxed at the dental office. Highly recommend them for all your dental needs.
Skylar W.
Absolutely lovely people here. i’ve been coming here for over 15 years and every single person working here is understanding, kind, and excellent at their craft. joe is also an absolute delight—he remembers details of your life, asks you about everything, is genuinely interested, and an overall kind soul. i’ve been coming here for as long as i can remember and wouldn’t go anywhere else!
Melissa P.
Dr. Joe and his team are absolutely amazing! My husband and our family has gone to him for years and have had nothing but a great experience at every visit. I drive an hour just to see these guys! They are the best!
Fenton M.
An easy 5 stars for this dental clinic. Everyone makes you feel welcome and their work is phenomenal. One visit and I was hooked- you will be too if you visit them :o).
Feryal K.
The professionalism and friendliness of the whole team is outstanding. I’ve been going with them for a complicated process and then for keeping up and cleaning. Dr. Sam is a great doctor who listens to the patient and takes care of them with great attention. He takes the time to explain every procedure he is doing. For example, when I got my wisdom tooth removed, Dr. Sam was very supportive, and thorough when explaining the process. He is a professional and has a warm personality. I would recommend Dr. Sam to everyone. Every visit to this clinic is like visiting friends. I couldn’t be happier with the results.
Alex D.
The best dental office and dental experience. I have been to many dentists before and never had such a seamless dental procedure before. Dr. Sam took the time to explain things and check in while using humor to make it a really positive experience. The staff and dental hygienists are also great.
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Night Guards

Night guards offer an effective solution to grinding and clenching of teeth during sleep. They help prevent your teeth from being worn down and reduce jaw discomfort.

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Sports Guards

Sports guards, are a vital protective gear designed to minimize the risk of dental injuries and to safeguard your smile. They can also reduce the risk of a concussion from any direct hit to the jaw.

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What Is Bruxism?

When a person clenches or grinds their teeth without chewing, it is called bruxism. The action frequently takes place when the person is asleep, and they are generally unaware of it. The development of teeth, an improper bite, stress, and other factors, are among the causes.

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Can TMD Be Fixed With A Night Guard?

A properly fitted night guard realigns the teeth and jaw, easing temporomandibular joint syndrome symptoms such as discomfort, headaches, and jaw stiffness. While several techniques exist to treat the TMD condition, a dental night guard is the most popular and efficient. Your dentist can advise you on the ideal mouthguard.

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Dr. Samuel Schlesinger

"We are all about smiles for life! Our goal is to have you blow out your birthday candles without your teeth falling out at 100 years old."
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Dr. Joseph Fairbloom

"My goal as a dentist has always been to achieve the very best for my patients in a fun, relaxed yet professional environment!"
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“Your smile matters here! I’m so proud to serve our patients and help them restore their smiles and confidence.”
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What are Night Guards, and Why are They Important?

Night guards are also known as dental guards or occlusal splints. These dental appliances address Bruxism (teeth grinding) and jaw clenching during sleep. The habit of grinding teeth or clenching them during sleep can lead to significant long-term problems with your teeth. Night guards offer an effective solution to grinding and clenching teeth during sleep. These appliances help prevent your teeth from being worn down and reduce jaw discomfort.

What is Bruxism?

Individuals suffering from Bruxism unconsciously grind or clench their teeth during sleep. Bruxism is a common condition, and its effects can manifest differently

Tooth Wear

Grinding teeth can wear down your tooth enamel, leading to sensitivity of teeth and gums and the substantially increased risk of developing cavities in your teeth.

Chipped or Cracked Teeth

Grinding your teeth during sleep with excessive force can lead to teeth cracking or getting chipped.

Jaw Pain and Tension

Another expected outcome of grinding teeth during sleep is to cause the jaw muscles to be tired and sore. In turn, leading to tension in the jaw and jaw pain.


Bruxism or grinding your teeth during sleep is potentially a major reason for headaches and migraines

How Do Night Guards Help?

Night guards work by being a protective barrier between your upper and lower teeth. The night guard prevents your upper and lower teeth from coming into direct contact while you sleep, thereby eliminating the grinding or clenching of your teeth. Night Guards offer a variety of benefits:

1. Teeth Protection

Night guards protect your teeth from being excessively worn down. They reduce the risk of complications arising from the grinding and clenching of teeth.

2. Jaw Relaxation

Night guards help relax your jaw muscles during sleep by providing a cushion between your upper and lower teeth. This cushioning helps reduce the tension in your jaws

3. Comfortable Sleep

A key benefit of wearing a night guard is that it helps promote better sleep quality by minimizing disruptions to your sleep caused by teeth grinding.

4. TMD Disorder Relief

Night guards can ease discomfort and improve jaw function for individuals with temporomandibular joint (TMD) disorders.

Sports Guards: Ensuring Optimal Dental Protection During Sports

The Importance of Sports Guards
Sports are great for fitness and can be both exhilarating and enjoyable. However, sports also have an inherent risk of injury, particularly to your teeth and mouth.Dental injuries during sports activities are common and can sometimes lead to painful and costly consequences.

Sports guards, also known as mouth guards, are vital protective gear designed to minimize the risk of dental injuries and to safeguard your smile. They can also reduce the risk of a concussion from any direct hit to the jaw.

What are Sports Guards?
Sports guards are specially crafted oral appliances made from durable materials worn over your teeth during sports activities. Sports guards act as a cushion, absorbing and dispersing the impact forces that may result from an accidental blow or a collision. These guards serve as a barrier between your teeth, lips, cheeks, and the soft tissues of your mouth, offering an additional layer of protection.

Types of Sports Guards

Stock Mouth Guards
Available at sporting goods stores, stock mouth guards are pre-formed and ready-to-wear mouth guards. Stock mouth guards are an affordable option. The trouble might be that these mouth guards may not provide an ideal fit, limiting their protective capabilities.

Boil and Bite Mouth Guards
These guards are softened in hot water and then molded to fit your teeth. While offering a better fit than stock mouthguards, they may still be less comfortable than custom-made options.

Custom-Fitted Mouth Guards
These are the best-in-class mouth guards, designed by dental professionals specifically for a person's unique needs and the shape of their teeth and mouth. These custom-fitted mouth guards offer the highest level of protection, comfort in wearing, and ease of breathing while wearing the sports guard.

The Benefits of Custom-Fitted Sports Guards

Custom-fitted sports guards, like the sports guards we provide at 905 Dental in Brampton, offer numerous advantages:

1. Optimal Protection

Custom-fitted guards offer a snug fit, ensuring maximum protection for your teeth and mouth. They effectively disperse impact forces, reducing the risk of dental injuries.

2. Comfort and Retention

A well-fitted sports guard stays securely in place, allowing you to speak and breathe comfortably during physical activities.

3. Durability

Custom-fitted guards are crafted from high-quality materials, making them more durable and long-lasting than over-the-counter options.

When Should You Wear a Sports Guard?
Any sport involving physical contact or the potential for impact should warrant using a sports guard. This list of sports includes, but is not limited to:

  • Football
  • Rugby
  • Basketball
  • Lacrosse
  • Hockey
  • Soccer
  • Boxing
  • Martial Arts

Proper Care and Maintenance

To care for your Sports guard, and ensure longevity and effectiveness, follow these care tips:

Clean Thoroughly

Rinse the guard with cool water after each use. Use a soft toothbrush and mild soap to clean your sports guard after each use.

Avoid Heat Exposure

Keep your sports guard away from direct sunlight and do not wash and scrub it in hot water to prevent any distortions to your sports guard.

Store Properly:

Keep the sports guard in a sturdy container with holes that allow ventilation and air circulation.

At 905 Dental, we understand the importance of protecting your dental health during sports activities. Investing in a custom-fitted sports guard can prevent painful dental injuries and safeguard your smile while you participate in all the sporting activities that you enjoy. Don't compromise on protecting your teeth; visit us today for a sports guard spec'd to your unique dental structure.In sports, prevention of injury to your teeth is the key to keeping your winning smile!

Frequently Asked

What Is The Difference Between A Mouth Guard And A Night Guard?

Night guards are purposed and designed differently than mouth guards.

The dentist may offer a particular night guard appliance designed to minimize tooth damage for children and adults who are prone to grinding their teeth during the night.

The night guard may be a bite splint or bite plane, depending on the dental use.

When participating in sports such as hockey, soccer, basketball, and football, a mouth guard protects the teeth and mouth from injury.

In either case, the dentist will custom-fit and mold these appliances to fit the upper or lower teeth properly.

What To Look For When Buying A Mouthguard?

Comfortable: The mouthguard you choose should feel settled in your mouth. Anything that gives you anxiety is not something you should wear. Tear-resistant: Your mouthguard shouldn’t shatter or separate even with light pressure. It needs to be robust enough to cushion falls and shield your teeth.Robust: A top-notch mouthguard ought to possess resilience. It should be able to endure severe drops by either bending or stretching back to its initial shape.Durable: It ought to be long-lasting enough to last you. A sturdy mouthguard offers good value for the money.Fit: This is the most crucial factor to consider while purchasing one. The ideal mouthguard is the one that fits well. You should be able to play your game without worrying about the guard coming loose.Must not impede respiration: The ideal mouthguard must ensure that you have adequate breathing room. You must be able to breathe via your lips to meet your body’s high oxygen needs while participating in sports.Speech shouldn’t be impeded: You ought to be able to talk loudly enough to be heard by other players over the din of a game.

What Is The Purpose Of A Nightguard?

You need nightguards to protect yourself against biting problems, like clenching and grinding, which can cause abnormal tooth wear, pain in the muscles, and disorders of the temporomandibular joint or TMJ disorders.

Are There Any Side Effects Of Wearing Mouth Guards?

Yes, these are some of the possible side effects of wearing mouthguards

  • Your mouth could have an awful taste while wearing the mouthguard.
  • Excessive saliva.
  • You could develop tender gums.
  • You could have pain in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).
  • Last but not least, there is a potential for a toothache with an ill-fitting mouthguard.

For How Long Must I Wear My Nightguard?

Except when your dentist instructs you otherwise, you should wear your Nightguard every night. When you bring your Nightguard to your re-care appointments, your dentist can look at it and determine how well it works and whether it needs replacing.

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