Mouth guards aren't intended to stop grinding. They are to help get some pressure of teeth and protect them from damage. Talk to a dentist and they will help get the right guard for you.
If you really can't get on with a nightguard then you might consider botox injections to your masseter muscles. But bear in mind that botox treatment is considerably more expensive that using nightguards.
Some top mouth guards for stopping teeth grinding include those from TeethNightGuard, GrindGuardN, Pro Teeth, Night Guard Lab and Sporting Smiles. Some of these are custom-made and are for different levels of the severity of the problem.
Night guards are sometimes recommended to ease the strain on the jaw and to limit teeth grinding.
There are several different types of teeth grinding guards. Some of the different types of teeth grinding guards are: guards worn during sleep, and guards worn while playing sports.
Well it depends on what bite guards you use but if it comes to sleeping, choose one with support on back teeth. There has been complaints that bite guards do mess up teeth.
Using mouth guards during sports or athletic activity can help prevent dental damage. They can also be worn at night to prevent teeth grinding. Shock Doc is the leader in protective sports mouthguards for helmets, braces and professional athletes.
Molars(the teeth in the back of you mouth) are the teeth that are desighned for grinding food.
they protect your teeth
Dental night guards are essential for certain people, and protects the teeth from damage. It is most commonly used by people that grind their teeth at night, and need something to prevent them from grinding.
A four-year-old grinding her teeth at night is normal. Her permanent teeth are pushing toward the surface, and this grinding action is involuntary. It is the process by which the primary (baby) teeth remain in the proper occlusion and eventually wear away to make room for the permanent teeth. There is nothing to be concerned about. Of course, if you have to listen to the grinding all night, it can be very annoying. Not to worry though, she'll probably outgrow this condition by about age 10-12. ;) ===ANOTHER ANSWER=== TRY Google--type in "bruxism". That's the technical term for teeth grinding. Many times it's caused by "reflex chewing activity". Check out info on bruxism. If it continues when she has her permenant teeth, there are mouth guards available (also called bite guards). Many people grind their teeth, sometimes to the point that they wear them down flat! Best to You!
the front teeth sre for ripping the food, the back teeth are for grinding the food
They stop the teeth from chipping each other.