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Times Where an Oral Splint is Necessary
Posted on 10/15/2018 by Vladana Babcic Tal DMD
If you hurt your leg in an accident, you may think to put a splint on it. That is a type of medical tool people are familiar with. They may not realize there are other types of splints that can help other parts of the body. Most people have probably not heard about oral splints. They do not know what they are or how they can help someone. What Is It? Unlike the splints to treat a broken leg, the oral splints do not relay on two sticks tied together. Oral splints are also known as occlusal splints or orthotic devices. They are a specially designed mouthguard that can help people deal with w different oral health problems. The design of the oral splint depends on the reason that it is put in place. The splint is custom fit to the person's mouth and teeth and is typically worn when a person sleep. Who Needs an Oral Splint?There are some conditions that an oral splint is effective at treating. The first is for people who grind their teeth when they sleep. Also known as bruxism, teeth grinding can damage the teeth, the gums and can cause other problems with oral health. The oral splint can protect the teeth from the damage caused by teeth grinding. Another reason for an oral splint is to help with temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ). TMJ is the result of problems with the muscles in the jaw and can cause pain or discomfort. An oral splint can help readjust the jaw and relieve the pain caused by TMJ. Oral splints can also reposition the jaw to improve airflow. This is useful for people who suffer from sleep apnea. People can survive the issues of bruxism, TMJ and sleep apnea without the help of oral splints, but that does not mean they should. These conditions can create a variety of problems and the oral splints is one way to avoid them. For more information about his and other oral health issues, contact the dental professionals at our offices....
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Times Where an Oral Splint is Necessary
10/15/2018
When Do You Need to Bring Up Ear Aches During One of Your Visits to Our Office?
9/23/2018
Ways to Explain Jaw Pain
9/13/2018
What Oral Surgeons Like Us Specialize In
8/25/2018
We Can Help if You Suffered Oral Trauma During a Car Accident
8/15/2018
Ask Us to Show You How to Check for Signs of Oral or Neck Cancer on Yourself
7/20/2018
The Basics of a Peg Tooth
7/10/2018
How Sticky Foods Can Ruin Oral Surgery Recovery
6/23/2018
Daily Jaw Pain is a Sign of a Problem
6/13/2018
The Importance of Detailed Notes About Pain When Talking with the Oral Surgeon
5/23/2018
Top 3 Symptoms of TMJ
5/13/2018
What to Avoid Eating Immediately After Gum Grafts
4/23/2018
What Makes an Oral Surgeon So Good at Tooth Extraction?
4/13/2018
Why Doing the Same Oral Hygiene Routine Each Day Can Be Problematic
3/27/2018
Why Does Plaque Build Up Between Brushings?
3/17/2018
Does Sparkling Water Damage Your Oral Health?
2/27/2018
Best Way to Make Oral Hygiene Part of Your Daily Routine When Life Gets Busy
2/17/2018
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12/30/2017
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12/20/2017
What Your Tongue Tells Your Dentist About Your Oral Health
11/30/2017
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11/20/2017

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Berwyn, Illinois 60402
708-484-9011
475 West 55th Street, Suite 208
La Grange, Illinois 60525
708-579-0488
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Chicago, Illinois 60607
312-201-4141

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