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San Francisco Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Edward L. It is on a bedside table or drawer gathering dust. We reviewed the most common complaints that we heard and came up with some tips to make the process easier. Most patients tell us that they only tried for a couple of nights before giving up. People are worried when they feel pushing on their teeth that their teeth will move. Fortunately, unless you are wearing an orthodontic device or an Invisalign aligner movement is very unlikely. Most of the new generation night guards use a special material that is actually quite pliable on the inside while maintaining its rigidity on the outside.

The interior material turns almost into a gel making it much more comfortable to place in your mouth and creating a more comfortable fit every night. If after trying this for a few nights it still feels really tight and or a single or couple of teeth feel sore and its unbearable make an appointment with your dentist to check the fit and see of an adjustment might be necessary. Remember, tight is good when it comes to this type of appliance.

I agree with you! When I first start wearing a night guard it absolutely uncomfortable. Sticking a hard piece of plastic in your mouth is unnatural and new. It takes time to make an adjustment, remember two weeks on average for most people to get used to it.

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Our brains are amazing and they have this ability to block out sensations that are familiar. If you stick with it and wear it at night, or for some of us during the day when needed, your brain will eventually get used to so that you barely notice it is there and actually feel like you are missing something without it.

I promise… this is coming from a chronic non-wearer that has been converted. Some people have stronger gag reflexes than others. Loev just told me that your gag reflex is actually mostly in your head and often a controllable mental thing. With a little time you can overcome the vast majority of your gag reflex.

Yeah right! Honestly, not only have studies shown this over and over but we have seen this on our office with many patients and even with one of our team members who we at one point struggled to work on. We tried every trick with her for a long time.

At one point we even resorted to giving her medication to relax her, nothing worked. Until a patient of ours who was a yoga instructor and naturopath showed her how to deeply breath and relax herself. She is now one of the easiest patients to work on. In fact we have to be careful with her now because she often falls asleep mid procedure and has given some teammates a few nips. Try putting your appliance in during the day for short periods of time and work on relaxing. The key is to breathe deeply through your nose and relax your entire body.

Once you get comfortable wearing it for short periods during the day, you can start wearing it at night. Gross… wet pillows are not for me you say. I know, I know! Very unattractive, we agree especially if you sleep next to someone else.

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The drooling is temporary. Once again the power of our brains come into play. Our mouths are used to only food entering them; when a foreign object enters they react by producing extra saliva. Once your brain gets used to this new appliance it will stop your body from producing all that extra saliva. Agreed, dental night guards are not the sexiest things. Neither are cracked teeth, ground down teeth and inflamed gum tissue.

I know it sounds like a dentist trying to scare you, and it kind of is but it is also true. Repeated clenching and grinding of ones teeth and TMJ temporal mandibular t can not only damage teeth but for some cause terrible head aches and even for some neck, back stiffness and pain. While we totally agree that nobody feels very attractive wearing a big piece of plastic in their mouths when going to bed, the alternatives are usually worse.

Or wait till they fall asleep to put it in. Is this the first one that actually applies to you? Hmm… As you get out of bed, you notice it halfway across the room, on the floor under your pillow or even the nightstand. Apparently you woke up in the middle of the night, took it out, and got rid of it all without even knowing it. Yep, give it some time! Your mighty has come into to play again with the help of your body this time. They can also be fairly heavy and because they are not custom fit they often loosen over time and can be uncomfortable.

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Technology has kept up with the increased stress and pressure that many of us are under and have developed a large of different types of appliances to help. There are quite a few different des for night guards, snoring appliances, and TMJ appliances. For night guards specifically, they can be made to fit on either the top or bottom teeth.

Some people find one or the other to be more comfortable for them. They can also be made to cover only some of the front teeth; these are often called NTI appliances. Another option for de is to use a thinner material. So wear the bleaching tray at night to help protect your teeth.

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But talk to your dentist about this and see if maybe they can give you an extra deal on making multiple bleaching trays at the same time so that you can have the added comfort but not the burden of increased replacement costs. I overcame my aversion to night guards and San Francisco Dentist Dr. Ed Loev and my teammates and I have helped many people do the same thing. It is much better to go see your dentist and ask him or her for help.

Remember that there is a good reason why you need to wear the appliance and that your dentist wants to see you succeed with it as well. Cosmetic Dentist Dr. He has surrounded himself with an amazing team of individuals who are committed to patient care and service. March 8th is International Women's Day. Women have and continue to play a huge role in shaping our future. Today as we celebrate women let's not forget the past and those who fought bias, laws, and prejudice to follow their dreams and protect smiles.

Covid's social distancing and mask-wearing requirements have led to an odoriferous problem, mask-breath. San Francisco Dentist Dr. Loev explains the problem, offers some solutions, and how it can actually be a warning underlying health conditions. Edward L Loev, DMD shares some info you should know about the disease and how it impacts your oral health.

Halloween candies are delicious and often hard to resist but are they worth the teeth damage and are some worse than others? Remote workspaces, pandemics, home school, and stress can take a toll on our bodies. Our teeth are impacted by our new "normal" too. Loev and his team have some tips to help you make the best of our strange new world. During this pandemic, especially as flu season approaches we all must practice good hygiene.

Frequent hand washing can cause irritation but these tips can help. Hate Wearing Your Night Guard oral appliance? I Did Too…. Edward Loev are committed to educating and hopefully entertaining in-person and virtual patients and making their lives a bit healthier and brighter.

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