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Occlusal Guards Service in Everett, WA


Occlusal guards, also known as mouth guards, are dental custom-made detachable devices used to protect your teeth from grinding or clenching while sleeping or from injuries while playing any sport. An effective occlusal guard is comfortable, resistant to wear and tear, durable, easy to clean, and does not restrict your breathing or speech.

Occlusal Guards in Everett

We understand that every individual has unique health needs, so we will work with you to figure out the best type of occlusal guard for you. Our slim and comfortable guards are customized to cover all teeth and can cushion them against falls and blows to the chin. Sports mouth guards and night guards are the two most commonly used mouth guards today.

Sports Mouth Guards – Many athletes use our mouth guards as they offer the highest level of protection, retention, comfort, and custom fit. Our mouth guards will not obstruct your speech or breathing, and mainly, your performance.

Dental Night Guards – Many people who suffer from teeth grinding or bruxism, use our dental night guards or occlusal guards because they can comfortably sleep while wearing them. These dental night guards are comfortable, stay in place, protect your teeth, and are very affordable.


We also offer occlusal guards with hard outer layers and soft inner linings for comfort against the teeth and gums. We offer both acrylic and non-acrylic based dental occlusal guards. The semi-rigid, flexible non-acrylic occlusal guards are safe for patients allergic to acrylics.

Types of Mouth Guards

There are different kinds of mouth guards, but the custom-made ones that are designed by specialists are the best. You should also know which ones are best for specific needs. The three main types of mouth guards include:

Stock Mouth Guards – These one-size-fits-all mouth guards come pre-formed and are the least effective. They inhibit speech and breathing and require the jaws to be closed to hold the mouth guard in place.

Boil and Bite Mouth Protectors –You have to first soften thermoplastic devices in boiling water and then bite on them so that they adapt to the shape of your teeth.

Custom-Fit Occlusal Guards –These mouth guards are individually designed and made in a dental office or a professional laboratory based on your dentist’s instructions. The extra time and work involved in a custom-made mouth guard make it the most comfortable and protective appliance.

Why Choose Us?

Whether you suffer from teeth grinding at night or play contact sports that require a mouth guard, the protection level is directly related to quality. We are committed to providing the most protective and advanced occlusal guards that one can wear. Our custom fit occlusal guards perform much better than the typical boil and bite mouth guards, because of the superior fit and quality. We also strive to make our patients aware of the importance of a properly fitted occlusal guard.

Contact European Denture Center today to learn more about occlusal guards and how they can protect your mouth and teeth.

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FAQs About Occlusal Guards


What Do Occlusal Guards Do?

Occlusal or mouth guards are made of highly-durable plastic materials that act as a barrier between your lower and upper teeth and prevent teeth damage due to teeth grinding. Patients with bruxism or teeth grinding problems are at severe risk of worn-down teeth and teeth misalignment problems that can lead to many other issues.

How Much Do Occlusal Guards Cost?

The cost of the occlusal guards varies between $300 and $500 depending upon whether you are buying a sports guard, custom occlusal guard, or dental night guard.

How Long Do Occlusal Guards Last?

An occlusal guard that isn’t stored, cleaned, or maintained correctly will wear out quickly. However, with proper care, the life of your custom occlusal guard can be stretched as long as 3 to 5 years. Get your occlusal guard reviewed annually by your dentist to decide if you need to replace them.

How Much Is a Dental Nightguard?

A dental nightguard may vary in cost depending upon the lining used. A hardline nightguard will cost you $350 whereas a soft line nightguard will cost around $450.

How Often Should You Clean Your Nightguard?

Ideally, you should clean your nightguard every morning with a soft-bristle toothbrush and non-abrasive toothpaste. Remember always to clean your nightguard if you want it to be long-lasting.

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