Immediate protection from further damage
People who experience damage from habitual bruxing, which is defined as grinding, gnashing or clenching of the teeth and is mostly an unconscious habit while sleeping, are generally prescribed full coverage splints to alleviate the problem. However, custom made splints require time consuming procedures. Treatment with a soft flexible oral appliance is now considered the most convenient way to protect against the harmful effects of night time bruxing.
These appliances function by providing a gentle protective barrier between the upper and lower teeth thereby limiting the damaging effects of bruxing. When in place, during sleep, the Myosa® for Teeth Grinders appliances will protect against the damage caused by bruxing to the teeth as well as TMJ. The appliance is customisable to fit most sized mouths and when moulded correctly provides excellent retention.
Treatment with a soft flexible oral appliance is considered the most convenient way to protect against the harmful effects of night time teeth grinding. The Myosa® for Teeth Grinders - TG is designed to fit over the upper teeth and provide an immediate protective barrier. When worn during sleep the Myosa® for Teeth Grinders - TG protects the teeth as well as the jaw joints (TMJ) against the harmful effects of teeth grinding. Once moulded correctly, which takes less than two minutes, the customisable appliance will provide excellent retention.
The Myosa® for Teeth Grinders - TG is recommended for night time us as well as during the day if daytime grinding is a problem. The single layer appliance, which is made from flexible material, fits comfortably in any mouth size and when in place helps reduce muscle tension around the mouth during sleep.
Thickened base provides increased protection of the teeth and jaw joints.
Tongue guards assist to position the tongue correctly.
Easily mouldable in under than 2 minutes and can be remoulded.
Aerofoil base decompresses the jaw joints (TMJ)
Provides optimum jaw positionand vertical opening for most patients.