GrindReliefN for Dentists
We invite you to order your supply of GrindReliefN at special pricing. Also, when you order you will be listed in our referral network to patients. Some Bruxism patients will need to see a dentist to form the teeth grinding mouth guard, and we would like to refer those patients to you. We are available to you for technical assistance at any time. If you have patients who need night guards for teeth grinding, call us today at 877-401-1224 or email us at email@example.com.
GrindReliefN is composed of an outer shell made of high quality plastic. The inside is lined with thermalplastic that becomes soft around 135 F. The shell’s outer structure is very light, as it’s less than 1/5 of a millimeter. In the middle of the outer shell is the Central Power Bar. The special Central Power Bar creates a reflex action which ultimately forces the muscles to contract by 60 percent. GrindReliefN’s extraordinary design puts pressure on both the top and the bottom teeth.
Fitting our teeth guard for Bruxism is simple. First, put two inches of hot water in a bowl and microwave it for two minutes. Do not have GrindReliefN in the bowl while microwaving the water. Next, drop the mouth guard into the hot water, shell side down. Take the GrindReliefN out when you see that it has been soften and the thermoplastic appears totally clear. Next, center the anterior dome and Central Power Bar with the lower midline. After you have GrindReliefN centered, firmly press it onto the lower teeth of your patient. Next, have your patient close their mouth to make sure that the Central Power Bar is aligned so that it’s right in between their front teeth.
After fitting GrindReliefN on your patient and making sure the Central Power Bar is aligned in between the teeth, you will need to trim off any extra of the thermoplastic with suture scissors. Put the GrindReliefN back in the hot water to get it soft and clear again. Place the GrindReliefN back in the mouth of your patient. Remove the GrindReliefN from the mouth of your patient and place it under cool water. After the night guard for teeth grinding is a little closer to room temperature, place the GrindReliefN back on their mouth to make sure that it’s fitted correctly. If GrindReliefN doesn’t fit, you can repeat the process with heating and cooling the thermoplastic until your patient is satisfied with the fit of their new guard for teeth grinding.
Below are instructional videos on how to remove the GrindReliefN.