Mouthguards Keep Your Smile Safe
  • Protect your teeth from damage & wear
  • Wear a mouthguard for other issues like sleep apnea
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Safeguard Your Smile with Mouthguards in Vancouver

If you’re an athlete or if you have an athlete in the house, you should invest in a custom-fit mouthguard to keep your teeth or your loved one’s teeth intact. Did you know the American Dental Association says that an athlete who doesn’t wear a mouthguard is 60 times more likely to suffer a dental injury than one who does? Our mouthguards in Vancouver can keep that from happening!

A custom oral appliance from Oasis Dental can help you:

  • Protect teeth against injury during sports
  • Avoid painful and costly dental emergencies
  • Eliminate harmful teeth grinding that can damage your enamel
  • Reduce jaw pain associated with TMJ issues
  • Fight sleep apnea symptoms and allow you to sleep better

Before you head to the sporting goods store, call Oasis Dental at 360-226-8264 for superior protection against dental injuries. We’re located on Southeast 15th Street, near its intersection with Southeast 164th Avenue.

Experience the Comfort & Other Benefits of a Custom Mouthguard

Dental injuries during sports happen far too often. Many of these injuries can be avoided by using a professionally made mouthguard. That’s why we offer these custom appliances right here at Oasis Dental. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to get the protection you need.

Our custom-fit mouthguards will outperform a mouthguard you buy off the shelf – hands down. Ours will fit better, feel better, and provide superior protection – and when you’re talking about your one and only smile, that’s important. A mouthguard from Oasis Dental will give you peace of mind that your or your child’s teeth are getting the best protection possible when playing sports.

But these oral appliances aren’t just for athletes. We can also create them to treat:

  • TMJ & Teeth Grinding – Eliminate painful TMJ problems and prevent dental damage caused by teeth grinding. This special oral appliance will relieve tension on your TMJs (jaw joints), making it easier to talk, eat, yawn, and sing without pain.
  • Sleep Apnea – We can also have a mouthguard made for you to combat sleep apnea symptoms. Your new appliance will help keep your air passages open while you sleep, allowing you to sleep better and wake up feeling more rested and ready to face the day.

For the best protection and performance, visit us for custom mouthguards in Vancouver. Call Oasis Dental today at 360-226-8264 to schedule an appointment. You can also schedule online.

Common Questions About Mouthguards

Which mouthguards work best?

The best mouthguard will be one that is made especially for your or your child’s mouth. A professionally made mouthguard will outperform a store-bought “boil-and-bite” mouthguard because it will fit better, provide superior protection, and last longer. At Oasis Dental, we can have athletic mouthguards made, as well as mouthguards for TMJ pain and for sleep apnea.

How does a mouthguard work for snoring?

If you have sleep apnea, we can fit you with a custom mouthguard that fits comfortably in your mouth while you sleep. It will gently move your lower jaw forward a bit to help keep the soft tissues in the back of your throat from blocking your airway during sleep. The result will be easier breathing with reduced or no snoring and fewer or no sleep apnea episodes.

Where can I purchase a mouthguard?

While so-called boil-and-bite mouthguards are available from big-box retailers and sporting goods stores, we recommend that you let our team have a professional mouthguard made for you. We’ll take impressions of your mouth, then our lab partner will custom-craft your mouthguard to these exact specifications. The result will be a better-fitting, better-performing mouthguard.

Can mouthguards help with TMJ problems?

Yes, mouthguards from an experienced dentist are designed to fit over your upper and lower teeth so that as you sleep, your jaw stays in a forward position to properly realign the joint, as well as prevent you from clenching down and putting excess pressure on your TMJ during the night.

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