Mouth Guards and Night Guards

Protect your smile with Westhill Dental’s custom-fitted mouth guards and night guards in Greenville, WI – your shield against dental injuries and night-time grinding.

Dental Mouth Guards and Night Guards in Greenville, WI

We offer premium mouth guards and night guards tailored to fit your unique smile and provide superior protection. Whether you’re an athlete at risk of dental injuries or someone who grinds their teeth at night, our custom-fitted guards are designed to safeguard your teeth, reduce the risk of damage, and promote overall oral health. By using high-quality materials and precise fitting techniques, we ensure your guard is comfortable, effective, and doesn’t interfere with your breathing or speech.

Close-up image of a clear blue dental mouthguard on a white background, with a multicolored toothbrush blurred in the background, illustrating dental care and protection equipment.
  • What types of dental mouthguards exist?

    Dental mouthguards can be categorized based on their purpose and the way they are made:

    • Stock mouthguards: Pre-formed and ready to wear, these are the least expensive options available but often fit poorly and can be bulky, making breathing and talking difficult.
    • Boil and bite mouthguards: Made from thermoplastic material, these are placed in hot water to soften, then inserted in the mouth to shape around the teeth using pressure from the mouth and fingers. They offer a better fit than stock mouthguards and are available at most sporting goods stores.
    • Custom-fitted mouthguards: Made from a mold of your teeth, providing the best fit, comfort, and protection. Although more expensive, custom-fitted mouthguards are highly recommended for athletes and individuals who need special considerations for their oral protection.
  • Why are mouth guards important for athletes?

    Mouth guards are an essential piece of protective equipment for athletes, particularly in sports where there’s a risk of contact with other players, equipment, or hard surfaces. They help to cushion a blow to the face, minimizing the risk of broken teeth, injuries to the lips, tongue, face, or jaw, and even help to reduce the severity of concussions. By distributing the force of an impact more evenly, mouth guards can prevent significant dental injuries, which can be costly and painful to treat. For athletes of all ages and levels, wearing a mouth guard should be as routine as putting on a helmet or shin guards, playing a crucial role in both performance and safety.

Need a Mouth Guard?

If you have more questions about mouth guards and night guards, please contact our office, and we will be happy to discuss further.

Westhill Dental Greenville

N1734 Lily of the Valley Dr.
Greenville, WI, 54942
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Monday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Thursday: 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday: Closed



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