Putting a Stop to Snoring & Teeth Grinding
One of the most basic but crucial components that you need to have a healthy body and mind is getting a complete night of sleep. If you are not well-rested, you will have difficulty functioning throughout the day. Your work, hobbies, and even your relationships will suffer, simply because your body needs enough time to recuperate from the previous day.
Some issues that greatly affect your quality of sleep, as well as the amount of sleep you get each night, include the problems of snoring and grinding your teeth. Millions of individuals in the United States are affected by these issues, but they do not know that there are some simple solutions for them in the forms of sleep appliances and night guards. Here at Parkway Dentistry, we have high quality sleep dentistry in Pineville to provide you with the rest you deserve. Trust our team to help you finally dream peacefully.
Contact us now at (980) 819-4290 so that you can get a full night’s rest without constantly waking up.
Solutions for Snoring
If you are someone dealing with snoring, one of the best solutions we can offer is that of an oral sleep appliance. This allows you to sleep quietly and comfortable all night long. The way that an oral appliance works is that it is custom fabricated to fit your mouth. Like an orthodontic retainer or even a sports mouth guard, these appliances only need to be worn at night as you are sleeping.
Then the appliance is slowly and carefully able to reposition your teeth and jawline until airflow is less restricted, allowing for a truly more comfortable experience as you rest.
Benefits of Night Guards & Oral Appliances
When you are suffering from sleeplessness that comes from snoring or bruxism, more commonly known as teeth grinding, our dentist can fit you with custom-made night guards or other appliances.
Some key benefits which you will receive include:
- Having a cushioning barrier protecting your teeth during the night, soothing the symptoms of bruxism
- Receiving more support for your lower jaw and prevention from your tongue repeatedly hitting the soft palate, to decrease snoring
- Resting through a full night without waking up you or a family member with grinding or snoring
Problems of Bruxism
Have you ever gotten up in the morning and been met with a nasty source of pain in your neck or jaw? If so, you may be suffering from bruxism, more commonly known as teeth grinding. If you have been clenching your jaw repeatedly, as well as accidentally grating your teeth together throughout the night, you will likely end up with unpleasant pain in your jawline, shoulders, and neck, or even horrible migraines.
Do not let snoring or teeth grinding steal another good night’s rest from you. Here at Parkway Dentistry, we are dedicated to your health and comfort.
When such problems occur, they will leave you symptoms that only get worse throughout the day, making you stressed or tired – which in turn prolongs the problem. Without treatment, teeth grinding will just get worse and lead to your teeth wearing out. Night guards can often help resolve these issues.
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