Dental Appliances

Dental appliances are designed to help improve and protect the health of your oral cavity. Our Halifax dentist can fit mouth guards for sleep and sports, as well as sleep apnea devices.

What are Dental Appliances?

 In general, the term 'dental appliance' refers devices that are used as a supplement to dental treatment, and or those that are used to help protect the oral structures from damage. They are a common component of dental treatment plans.

Dental appliances are custom custom made in a lab to fit your mouth precisely. While you can buy stock, one-size-fits-all mouthguards, custom-made mouth guards tend to provide the best possible fit and protection.

Dental Appliances, Halifax

Dental Appliances

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  • Night Guards

    If you have issues with teeth grinding while you sleep, our dentists at Spryfield Dentistry in Halifax can fit you for a custom night mouth guard that will preserve your smile for years to come. Request An Appointment Bruxism (Grinding or Clenching Teeth) Night mouth guards can help patients who suffer from th...
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  • Snoring & Sleep Apnea

    Snoring and sleep apnea can seriously impact the quality and length of your sleep. Our Halifax dentists can diagnose and treat sleep disorders, and suggest devices to help. Request An Appointment Signs of Sleep Apnea Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that causes you to repe...
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  • Sports Mouth Guards

    As an active athlete, you need to protect your teeth from injuries during sports activities. Our dentists at Spryfield Dentistry in Halifax can help by fitting you with a custom sports mouth guard. Request An Appointment What is a mouth guard? A mouth guard is a custom-made prot...
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  • TMD

    TMD can cause jaw pain, tightness, and many other issues with your jaw and facial muscles. Our Halifax dentists can diagnose and treat this disorder. Request An Appointment Signs of TMD (Temporomandibular Disorder)  Your Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) connects your jaw to the temporal bones of your skull. Bal...
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