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Dental Appliances

The dental appliances we offer are custom-fitted by our Vancouver dentists to help preserve and protect your oral health and overall wellbeing.

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Dental Appliances, Vancouver Dentist

Protecting Your Oral Structures

Maintaining good oral health goes beyond brushing and flossing. For those of us who play sports, who clench or grind our teeth, or who snore, dental appliances may help.

The dental appliances offered at W Dental – such as mouth guards and sleep apnea devices – are used to help protect the health of your oral cavity and prevent potential damage to your teeth.

These appliances work by creating a barrier between your upper and lower teeth, which reduces the amount of pressure placed on your jaw and prevents wear and tear on your teeth. Dental appliances can also improve your overall health by addressing issues like sleep apnea, a common condition that causes disruptions in breathing during sleep.

Whether you suffer from teeth grinding, snoring, or sleep apnea, our dental appliances can help protect your oral structures and promote better health for your whole body. 

Snoring & Sleep Apnea Appliances

Sleep disorders can affect your overall health and well-being by impacting your ability to sleep.

For patients who snore, their relaxed throat tissues cause the airway to restrict, creating the sound of snoring as oxygen is forced past.

For patients with sleep apnea, their throat tissues over-relax and obstruct the airway, forcing the brain to wake them up to breathe.

Our Vancouver dental team provides custom-fitted oral appliances to move the lower jaw and tongue muscles to open the airway.

This helps improve the flow of breath and prevents sleep disturbance.

Custom-Fitted Mouth Guards 

We offer custom-made mouth guards that fit over your teeth to protect them from damage. 

Sports Guards

If you get hit in the mouth during a sports activity, these guards provide a barrier between your teeth and the soft tissue of your mouth to protect your smile.

Night Guards

If you grind your teeth during sleep, a mouth guard will help protect your teeth from damage. If you clench your jaw, a mouth guard will also help prevent you from clenching and provide some pain relief.

New Patients Always Welcome

We are accepting new patients! Don't hesitate to contact us and take the first step toward achieving better oral health outcomes.

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