Mouth Guards

Custom mouth guards offered by our Edmonton dentists are designed to help protect your teeth so you can maintain good dental health. 

What is a Mouth Guard?

A mouth guard is a custom-made tray that fits over your teeth. It can be worn during sports activities to protect your teeth from injury or trauma, or during sleep to protect them from the effects of grinding (bruxism) and jaw disorder (TMD/TMJ) symptoms. 

Our comprehensive exams try to evaluate the root cause of your grinding issues and give you options for treatment. Knowledge is power.

Custom Fitting

It is very important to have a mouth guard that fits properly. Our dentists will create a custom mouth guard to fit your teeth exactly. By taking a mold of your teeth, they will ensure a secure, comfortable fit.

Prevention & Protection

Custom mouth guards from our dental office can help protect your teeth and jaw from damage, and prevent any future dental problems. With the proper care and storage, your custom mouth guard will protect you for many years to come.

Mouth Guards

Sports Mouth Guards

Night Mouth Guards


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  • Night Mouth Guards

    Our Edmonton dentists can create custom mouth guards to protect your teeth while you sleep.  What is a Night Mouth Guard? A night mouth guard is a thick plastic protective devices that forms to the shape of your teeth and gums. It creates a barrier between the upper and lower teeth to prevent them from the effects of tooth grinding (bruxism) and jaw joint disorders (TMD/TMJ), and to provide relief from pain and discomfort.  [BUTTO...
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  • Sports Mouth Guards

    Our Edmonton dentists can create custom mouth guards to protect your teeth from injury during contact sports and activities. What is a Sports Mouth Guard? A sport mouth guard is a thick plastic protective device that forms to the shape of your teeth and gums. It creates a barrier between the upper and lower teeth to prevent them from crashing together during impact and protects the teeth from being hit by something such as a puck, st...
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