Night Guards

Night Guards

If you grind your teeth while you’re asleep, it may help to wear a mouth guard or mouth splint at night.

Mouth guards and splints even out the pressure across your jaw and create a physical barrier between your upper and lower teeth to protect them from further damage. They can also reduce any grinding noises you make at night.

Mouth guards are similar to those used in sports such as boxing or rugby. They’re rubber or plastic and can be made by your dentist to fit your mouth.

If you have any questions or concerns about night guards, please contact our practice.

In light of government's announcement on Monday January 04, 2021 , we want to reassure you that Preston Circus Dental Practice will remain open during this current national lockdown.  We will continue to provide dental and oral health care to all of our existing and new patients.

We have all the necessary Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and social distancing measures to keep our patients and staff safe, whilst also following the highest infection control standards. We have numerous Covid-19 screening protocols in place, including online patient portal for pre-appointment assessments, wearing a mask at all times, hand sanitising stations, protective Perspex screen at reception, infrared temperature checks upon entry to the practice with all staff wearing enhanced hospital grade PPE.

We believe oral health care is essential and vital for general health, therefore we recommend that you continue to attend your scheduled appointments, book in your routine dental examinations/hygiene appointments and continue to use our services as normal through this lockdown.

We will continue to follow advice from our government bodies and will update you should there be any changes. Whether you’re working from home, being an excellent home teacher(!) or just trying to get through this 3rd, and hopefully our last national lockdown…we look forward to seeing you soon!

Keep well and stay safe,

Preston Circus Dental Practice