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Custom Mouthguard treatments abroad
A custom mouthguard is a device which covers the teeth and gums in order to protect them and prevent injury to the mouth, teeth, lips, and gums. Mouthguards are commonly used by sports players who play contact sport such as boxing, basketball, hockey, and rugby, to reduce the risk of injury. Mouthguards are also used by dentists for a variety of dental procedures and are used to treat patients who grind their teeth, a condition which is referred to as bruxism. In dentistry, the mouthguard may be used a splint which can reduce the pressure on the temporomandibular joint and can also be used to distribute medicine for gingival diseases. After undergoing bridge work, a mouthguard is usually worn at night time to protect porcelain bridges.
A customized mouthguard is designed from the molds of the individual patient's teeth. An impression of the teeth is taken and this is then sent to a dental laboratory where a guarded is molded using tmaking it a customized fit for the patient's mouth. Once this mold is ready, it will then be tested by the patient to ensure that it is the right fit. Sometimes there may need to be adjustments made. The advantages of a customized mouthguard is that it offers optimized fit and comfort, as well as the best protection. Mouthguards which are not customized do not fit as well, therefore the protection is not as good as a customized mouthguard. By having a better fits, it allows shock to be absorbed better due to separation of the lower and upper jaw.
\This reduces the risk of injury. Custom Mouthguard abroad Many patients are choosing to travel abroad for treatment, where prices are lower compared to treatment at home and often quality of treatment may be higher. There are many clinics where is possible to get a Custom Mouthguard abroad: Custom Mouthguard in Spain Custom Mouthguard in Thailand Custom Mouthguard in Mexico,
Custom mouthguards are usually made from hard or soft plastic, and serve to protect teeth. They are commonly made for sports where teeth are at risk, such as boxing, rugby or hockey, as well as for night-time use in patients who suffer from bruxism (teeth grinding). A mouthguard may be recommended at any time, but in particular it may be offered after dental work such as veneers in order to preserve the results. A custom mouthguard is moulded to the shape of the teeth and gums which optimizes the protection. It can help prevent damage to the gums, or the tooth from being chipped or broken. Recommended for Playing sports Preventing damage caused by teeth grinding Protecting dental work such as veneers Time requirements Average length of stay abroad 4 - 5 days. Patients usually have an initial appointment to create a mould of the mouth, and a second appointment to fit the mouthguard.
A custom mouthguard can protect teeth during impact sports. Time requirements Average length of stay abroad 4 - 5 days. Patients usually have an initial appointment to create a mould of the mouth, and a second appointment to fit the mouthguard. Time requirements Average length of stay abroad 4 - 5 days. Patients usually have an initial appointment to create a mould of the mouth, and a second appointment to fit the mouthguard. A custom mouthguard can protect teeth during impact sports.,
The patient will attend their first appointment whereby an impression of the teeth is taken.,
The impressions are taken to a dental lab where the mouthguard is molded. At the second appointment, the mouthguard is fitted and any adjustments are made. Materials Mouth guards come in hard plastic or soft plastic varieties.
In patients with malocclusion, hard plastic (acrylic) mouthguards can help to correct the bite, whereas soft plastic ones may help to reduce damage caused, but still encourage grinding. Procedure duration The Custom Mouthguard takes 1 to 2 hours. A mold of the teeth is taken and taken to the lab where the custom mouthguard is made.,
Mouth guards should be worn according to professional advice. Further considerations include: brushing one's teeth before wear, store mouthguard in a well ventilated plastic box and soak mouthwash before storage, and keep mouthguard away from heat to avoid warping.
Possible discomfort If patient experiences discomfort with the fit of the mouthguard, the patient should consult their dentist.,