Get over bruxism

Protect your smile and your wellbeing.

Grinding and clenching your teeth on a regular basis can damage your teeth and drive to health complications.

Whether your bruxism is caused by stress or anxiety or is due to an abnormal bite or missing or crooked teeth, we are can help you.

We offer high-quality custom night guards at an accessible and affordable price.

our Process

Easy. Fast. Reliable. Custom-made. Affordable. 

Step 1

Order your kit from the comfort of your home

Step 2

Take the impression and send it back to us

Step 3

Receive your dental guard and protect your smile

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Our Service

We’re 100% committed to the satisfaction of our customers. If for any reason you’re not completely happy and comfortable with the custom night guard you purchased at BRUXIDENT, contact us and we’ll do everything we can to make things right. And of course, our 100% Money Back Guarantee is always there for your protection.

Our Products

We offer personalized night and day dental guards that accurately fit your smile.
Our guards are so comfortable you may even forget you’re wearing them!

How it works

We send you the self-impression kit, we receive the bite splint back and we create your personalized dental guard.  Order  now and receive it at home.

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our Products

A custom-made night guard can cost you hundreds of dollars, but it doesn’t have to.
Now you can get the same high-quality custom night guard from our dental laboratory through BRUXIDENT.

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Get over Bruxism

Bruxism is commonly described as excessive teeth grinding or jaw clenching. It is unrelated to eating or talking but it is a common behaviour that can affect up to 90% of the general population, although only 5% will develop a clinical condition.

Several symptoms are commonly associated with bruxism, including hypersensitive teeth, aching jaw muscles, headaches, tooth wear, and damage to dental restorations (e.g. crowns and fillings). These symptoms may be minimal, without patient awareness of the condition or can become a clinical condition.

If nothing is done, after a while many teeth start wearing down until the whole tooth is gone.

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