Mouthguards are plastic protective devices that cover your teeth and gums. You can find them online and at many sports equipment stores, but mouthguards from the dentist are custom-made and more effective! Read our blog post to find out if you should be wearing a mouthguard.
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TMJ is an abbreviation for “temporomandibular joints.” These two hinge-like joints on either side of your face connect your jawbone to your skull. Unfortunately, these joints can develop problems, causing pain and discomfort. Read our blog post to learn about TMJ and the various TMJ disorders that impact oral health.
Mouthguards aren’t only for sports — they can be used any time you want to protect your smile from damage or wear. Check out our blog post for a look at the different types of custom mouthguards we offer and how you can decide when you should get a mouthguard.