Mouth guards and night guards are an excellent way to protect your teeth and delicate mouth tissue for both children and adults who play sports or suffer from grinding at night while sleeping. Sai Dental Care specializes in fitting mouth guards of all kinds for its patients, both young and old. Our team will work closely with you to understand your lifestyle and recommend the perfect mouth guard to meet your needs.
Mouth guards for children - Mouth guards are a perfect way to protect the mouths of your young family members when they engage in activities that could cause damage. In fact, The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) advocates the use of dental mouth guards for kids during any sporting or recreational activity.
Mouth guards are commonly used in sports like football, baseball, wrestling and more. They can protect the mouth from injuries, such as:
- Cheek lesions
- Gum and soft tissue injuries
- Jawbone fractures
- Lip lesions
- Neck injuries
- Tongue lesions
- Tooth fractures
Mouth guards for adults - Mouth guards are not just for kids who participate in sports, many adults utilize them to protect their smiles as well. If you’re an adult staying active, that’s a great thing for your overall health and wellbeing, but be sure to protect that smile. Mouth guards are used to protect the teeth and mouth tissues during all kinds of activities from skiing to horseback riding to football and hockey.
Mouth guards for teeth grinding - Grinding at night can cause serious damage to the teeth and negatively affect your overall oral health permanently. One of the best ways to defend against the damage night grinding can cause is through the use of mouth guards. These mouth guards can be custom-fit and comfortable to use and are perfect for both adults and children who grind or clench their teeth while sleeping.
Contact Sai Dental Care today to discuss your options for a custom mouth guard to protect you and your young one’s precious smile. We’re conveniently located in either Santa Rosa at (707) 244-9904 and in Sonoma at (707) 273-6323.