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CUSTOM MOUTH TRAY
NECK GUARD
PEROXIDE WHITENERS
CUSTOM-FITTED MOUTH GUARD
PROTECTIVE MOUTH GUARD
DAY
ATHLETE
CARBAMIDE PEROXIDE
MOUTHWASH
TRAUMA
INJURIES
SPORTS
COSMETIC DENTIST
SPORTS EQUIPMENT
MOUTHGUARDS
PLAYING SPORTS
WHITENERS
NIGHT GUARD
ATTRITION
TEETH GRINDING
BRACES
WEARING
CUSTOM
DENTIST
MOUTH
TRAYS
TRAY
APPLIANCE
REMOVABLE APPLIANCE
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT PIECE
TEETH
CONTACT SPORTS
MOUTH GUARD
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Definitions

  1. A mouth guard is designed to help buffer the mouth and teeth from trauma. (Web site)
  2. A mouth guard is important to protect the teeth and gums from injury, and to cushion the jaw, resulting in a decreased chance of knockout.
  3. The mouth guard is custom made for your mouth and is lightweight so that it can be worn comfortably while you are awake or sleeping.
  4. The mouth guard is so thin that you should even be able to talk and work while wearing your mouth guard.
  5. A protective mouth guard is recommended for sports and other activities that may result in injury to the mouth or jaw.

Custom Mouth Tray

  1. The cosmetic dentist first molds a custom mouth tray or mouth guard for his patient.

Neck Guard

  1. An NHL player wearing a turtle neck is comparable to a beer league hockey player wearing a neck guard, slash guards, and a cage with an attached mouth guard.

Peroxide Whiteners

  1. Peroxide whiteners can be found in a gel form which is placed in a mouth guard. (Web site)

Custom-Fitted Mouth Guard

  1. If you obtain the bleaching solution from your dentist, he or she can make a custom-fitted mouth guard for you that will fit your teeth precisely. (Web site)

Protective Mouth Guard

  1. A protective mouth guard is advised for playing contact sports. (Web site)

Day

  1. The agent is held against the teeth using a mouth guard for several hours each day over a period of anything between 5 and 14 days.

Athlete

  1. Mouth Guards Whether you are an athlete or casual sports participant, you should wear a mouth guard to protect your teeth. (Web site)

Carbamide Peroxide

  1. A stronger concentration of carbamide peroxide will be used as a filler on your mouth guard. (Web site)

Mouthwash

  1. In either case, rinse your mouth guard with water or mouthwash after each use.

Trauma

  1. An athlete who does not wear a mouth guard is 60 times more likely to sustain dental trauma than one who does. (Web site)

Injuries

  1. A mouth guard can prevent injuries to your face and teeth.

Sports

  1. Encouraging your child to use a mouth guard during sports can also prevent serious dental injuries. (Web site)
  2. One way to protect the teeth from trauma is to wear a mouth guard during sports. (Web site)
  3. Wear a mouth guard while participating in sports. (Web site)

Cosmetic Dentist

  1. Whitening Whitening Trays - The cosmetic dentist will create a custom fit mouth guard from an impression of the patient's teeth. (Web site)

Sports Equipment

  1. A mouth guard should be a top priority on your child's list of sports equipment. (Web site)

Mouthguards

  1. Gaps between the teeth and mouth guard, common with commercially manufactured mouthguards, allow leeway from injury to occur. (Web site)

Playing Sports

  1. Major causes of childhood tooth loss include: Playing sports without a mouth guard.
  2. Remove headgear and wear a protective mouth guard when playing sports. (Web site)

Whiteners

  1. These whiteners usually come in a gel form and are applied by the use of a custom-fitted mouth guard.

Night Guard

  1. This device is sometimes called an occlusal guard, night guard, mouth guard or bite guard. (Web site)

Attrition

  1. If excessive wear of the teeth (attrition) is present, then a mouth guard (night guard) may be indicated. (Web site)

Teeth Grinding

  1. Often, we will suggest using a mouth guard to relieve teeth grinding.

Braces

  1. If wearing brackets and a wire (braces), it is recommended to wear a mouth guard when playing contact sports. (Web site)
  2. Children with braces should wear a protective mouth guard while playing contact sports. (Web site)

Wearing

  1. No. It is recommended, however, that patients protect their smiles by wearing a mouth guard when participating in any sporting activity. (Web site)
  2. A properly fitted mouth guard will stay in place while your child is wearing it, making it easy for them to talk and breathe. (Web site)
  3. If you suffer from bruxism, speak with your cosmetic dentist about wearing a mouth guard at night to protect your new smile. (Web site)

Custom

  1. Let us know if you grind your teeth at night or engage in sports so we can make you a custom mouth guard.
  2. If you can obtain the bleaching solution from your dentist, he will be able to construct a custom mouth guard to fit your teeth precisely.
  3. Our whiteners come in a gel and are placed in a mouth guard that we custom make for you. (Web site)

Dentist

  1. If the patients chose to have the at home bleaching at the initial visit the dentist will make a mouth guard and will take impressions of the teeth. (Web site)
  2. Your dentist will need to make a mouth guard and will need to take impressions for this at the first appointment. (Web site)
  3. First, let's take a look at how a mouth guard made by a dentist can be beneficial to athletes. (Web site)

Mouth

  1. A mouth guard will be placed in your mouth to keep you from biting down on the endoscope and to protect your teeth.

Trays

  1. Trays come in the form of a mouth guard, which is filled with a whitening solution.

Tray

  1. You will place the whitening gel in a tray that resembles a night guard or mouth guard.
  2. A whitening solution, usually peroxide, is placed in a tray that resembles a mouth guard.
  3. In certain embodiments, one dental tray may fit over both the upper and lower teeth, such as a mouth guard typically worn by athletes. (Web site)

Appliance

  1. This appliance, similar to a mouth guard, is usually worn at night. (Web site)

Removable Appliance

  1. If you have dentures or a removable appliance, such as a retainer or mouth guard, clean the appliance thoroughly before placing it back in your mouth.
  2. Mouth guard: A removable appliance used to protect teeth from injury during athletic activities. (Web site)

Important

  1. It is important to have a custom-fitted mouth guard so that the bleaching gel remains on your teeth, rather than on your gums.
  2. The used of a mouth guard is especially important for orthodontic patients, to prevent injuries.

Important Piece

  1. A properly fitted mouth guard is an important piece of athletic gear that can help protect your childs smile.
  2. Experts have recommended the mouth guard as an important piece of safety equipment for quite some time now.

Teeth

  1. You can buy pre-loaded strips or trays that you put on your teeth or buy kits that provide gel that you place inside a mouth guard.
  2. A mouth guard will help protect your lips, braces, teeth and jaws. (Web site)
  3. If you unconsciously clench or grind your teeth while you sleep, talk to your dentist about making a mouth guard to protect your teeth at night.

Contact Sports

  1. However, many orthodontists recommend wearing a mouth guard in contact sports or any sport where there is a chance you can get hit in the face.
  2. If your child plays contact sports, we can create a custom fitted mouth guard for this purpose. (Web site)
  3. Everyone who participates in contact sports should wear a mouth guard to avoid dental trauma. (Web site)

Mouth Guard

  1. If your dentist thinks that you are clenching or grinding your teeth at night then he or she may suggest that you wear a mouth splint or mouth guard.
  2. Although your dentist can fit you with a mouth guard to protect your teeth while you sleep, grinding is often caused by stress. (Web site)
  3. The negatives to a mouth guard are the possibility of choking if the appliance becomes dislodged during sleep and it may interfere with growth of the jaws. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Contact Sports
  2. Important Piece
  3. Removable Appliance
  4. Tray
  5. Humans > Medicine > Anatomy > Mouth
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