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Sleepright Secure Comfort NO BOIL Dental Night Guard
Sleepright Splintek Secure Comfort NO BOIL Dental Night Tooth Teeth Guard. Fits most individuals and recommended for sleep because it features stability wings for extra safety. Includes one dental guard, one carrying case, and fitting instructions. How does the SleepRight dental guard work? Clenching and grinding teeth has been classified as a neuromuscular disorder. Overactive muscles can cause chipping, fractures, excessive wear and loosening of the teeth. Some studies report that chronic jaw clenching and teeth grinding may be related to head and neck muscle tension and pain in the jaw joints. The SleepRight®'s articulating bitepads, made of a resilient hybrid material, slip comfortably between your teeth and are designed to re-establish your natural freeway space. While the SleepRight® protects teeth from clenching and grinding, we emphasize and strongly encourage our customers to concentrate on, lips together, teeth apart to initiate the muscle relaxation learning process. When directed by the brain, muscles at ease will allow the teeth to rest on the bitepads. Do not bite down, although the natural urge to do so will test your mental approach to learning "lips together, teeth apart".
- Protects teeth and dental work from teeth grinding and clenching
- #1 brand prescribed by dental professionals
- Designed by a specialist in dentistry
- Comfortable ~ not bulky
- 12-years of successful teeth grinding protection
- NO boiling water or melting plastic is required to fit
- Free of BPA and Latex
- Identical to the Slim-Comfort, except it features STABILITY WINGS for extra security.
- BITEPADS last 3x longer.
- Most durable guard available
- Self-adjust technology fits all sizes
- Includes one dental guard, one carrying case, and fitting instructions.
Protects teeth and dental work from teeth grinding and clenching
#1 brand prescribed by dental professionals
Designed by a specialist in dentistry
Comfortable ~ not bulky
12-years of successful teeth grinding protection
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37 of 37 found the following review helpful:
A Different Design, Great for ClenchersSep 19, 2009
By Dr. Debra Jan Bibel
"World Music Explorer"
I am a night clencher, not a grinder, and after wasting good money on a boil-fixed, teeth-molded dental guard that was uncomfortable and hard, I invested in this guard of different design. What a major difference: it is comfortable; easy to get used to; of softer, cushioning plastic; and supportive of mouth relaxation during sleep. This item is the middle level of three products by this company and has the advantage over the first by having retaining wings to prevent slippage. If you are a grinder, I do not know how well the guard will stand up to the rubbing and friction (it is guaranteed for 3 months), but for clenchers, it is excellent.
16 of 16 found the following review helpful:
Works Well But Wears Out QuicklyMay 08, 2007
By Nicholas Pratt
The only problem with this product is that the bite pads fell apart after six months of use. One day they were fine. The next they both fell apart. Other than that this was a good solution for me. I have a persistent problem with teeth grinding. In the past I've used a sports mouth guard which worked alright but was difficult to clean and hard on my front teeth and mouth. I decided to try this product and have been satisfied. It leaves a nice gap between your teeth and stays in all night. It's very comfortable. The price for this product is very reasonable. The product was shipped and delivered promptly. The Splintek company makes a product called the Advanced that they say is more durable. If you go with this one (the Select) I recommend you buy two in case the first one wears out.
24 of 26 found the following review helpful:
Best I have used yetJun 22, 2008
I have used night guards of all types for many years. I have paid $500 for the custom fit plastic guards from dentists to $20 for "The Doctor's" boil-to-fit guards (which I could never find a size that quite fit right and several times ruined them in the process of boiling and fitting). All of them usually ended up somewhere besides my mouth within a few hours of going to sleep. Regardless of price, none of them lasted much longer than 1-2 months for me. And, with the boil-to-fit guards, they are such a hassle that I found myself going without.
I found this product on sale somewhere for $29 and figured it worth a try. I have been using for two months and have yet to wake up without it still in my mouth. It works great, fits comfortably and has held up reasonably well. Though, I am certain it won't make it the three months they guarantee it for so we'll see how many times they will replace it under warranty. Don't fault this product though - every dentist I've seen says I have the worst grinding problem they have seen. I usually crack their professional versions w/in a week.
This would get 5-stars except the price is 2x other over-the-counter offerings and the guaranteed durability for average users is only 3-months. If this was always $29 or closer to $20, definitely a 5-star product.
17 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Very expensive when you need to continually replaceJan 11, 2010
I really love the design of this product. I have tried many different night guards and this is definitely my favorite as far as comfort. The problem I had was exorbitant cost and durability.
I bought this in the first place because my dentist quoted me at $500 for an acrylic night guard. Presumably, the Sleep Right would be a better option, but for $40 each, they don't last long. I found that I ground through mine in about 30 days. I would actually give Sleep Right a glowing review if they let you buy the replacement grind pads for a reasonable price or if they gave you a few extra grind pads per pack...but since you have to buy the entire set with the main piece that holds the pads, carrying case, and packaging, this turns into a $500/year investment that is no longer worth it. Like I said, great design, but they are pricing themselves right past the more durable versions you can get specially fitted at the dentist.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Beats the heck out of the ones you have to boil to fit!Aug 23, 2010
By Jeffrey Pittman
I paid $400 for a custom dental guard which my dog promptly ate. Paid ANOTHER $400 for a replacement, which I finally chewed apart. Tried the kind you have to boil, then fit while it's warm - that didn't work out for me. This item fits great and does the job, and it's a whole lot cheaper than a custom made one. Very highly recommended.
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