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Mandibular Advancement Orthosis

(Night mouth guard for teeth and anti-snoring devices ǁ BRUXISM treatment)

Orthèse d’avancée mandibulaire
  • Bruxism is a scientific terminology that dental and medical professionals use to describe habitual teeth grinding and jaw clenching.
  • Snoring can be simply described as the sound of resistance in the upper airway.
  • Snoring can be due to several factors that include the anatomical structure of your mouth,sinus, and lifestyle habits.
  • Bruxism can lead to dental problems, such as tooth wear, chipping, and even fractures.

About Mandibular Advancement Orthosis

The dental and medical community use the term “bruxism” to describe the habitual grinding and clenching of teeth. 

Bruxism is primarily caused by stress, which can take on various forms such as mental, emotional, or physical stress. This stress can lead to either chronic or acute bruxism. Chronic bruxism is a long-term teeth grinding condition, while acute bruxism is a short-term response to acute stressors.


Signs and symptoms of Bruxism

  • Jaw pain that starts from the front of the ear and can radiate to the nape of the neck, upper back and forehead.
  • Inability to open the mouth in the morning.
  • Morning headaches that subside as the day passes on.
  • Troubled sleep.
  • Worn out and flattened teeth edges.
  • Your teeth look shorter than they used to.
  • Chipped or cracked teeth.
  • Your partner or roommate complains about grinding and clicking sounds at night.
  • You have developed teeth sensitivity.


What is snoring?

“Snoring”  is essentially the noise that results from resistance in the upper airway. Although some people assume that snoring originates from the nose, it actually comes from the upper airway, where the air encounters an obstruction and generates a sound as it passes through. This sound is produced due to the vibration of the surrounding tissues, commonly referred to as snoring. 

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